CHARLOTTE, NC - Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Allen O’Rourke will speak on “Top 10 Technology Trends in Data Privacy” in a March 28 event presented by Northeastern University-Charlotte and the Charlotte International Arbitration Society.
O’Rourke will be joined in the discussion by Woody Hartzog, Professor of Law & Computer Science at Northeastern University. They will discuss such topics as Deep Fakes, Facial Recognition, The Internet of Things, Police Body-Worn Cameras, Drones, Automated Vehicles, Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation, and more. This exclusive presentation will also address cyber liability law in North Carolina with a focus on privacy and information security.
Allen O’Rourke co-chairs the Privacy and Cybersecurity Team at Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP, and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US). He conducts cyber investigations and represents clients facing regulatory actions, consumer litigation, and business disputes arising out of cybersecurity incidents. Allen also handles data breach response, and he counsels clients concerning data privacy compliance, cybersecurity preparedness, and legal aspects of computer network defense. Prior to joining Womble, Allen was a cybercrime prosecutor who helped lead the Cyber Unit at the US Attorney’s Office in Washington, DC, where he received two Special Achievement Awards for his work to combat cybercrime.