New Cybersecurity Executive Order and How it May Impact Businesses

Eric Crusius
Eric Crusius
Holland & Knight

Eric Crusius is a Partner at Holland & Knight and a government contracts and litigation attorney who focuses his practice on a wide range of government contract matters, including bid protests, claims and disputes, compliance issues (including cybersecurity, supply chain, and labor), and sub-prime issues and manages high-stakes complex commercial litigations.

David Black
David Black
Holland & Knight

David Black represents contractors in protests and claims and responding to government investigations, audits, False Claims Act investigations and litigations and represents subcontractors in negotiating teaming agreements and subcontracts, and in disputes with prime contractors.

On-Demand: June 25, 2021

New Cybersecurity Executive Order and How it May Impact Businesses
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Program Summary

Cybersecurity regulations are rapidly evolving; especially for companies that have contracts with the federal government or are in the supply chain as subcontractors. A sweeping new Executive Order signed by President Biden has the potential to expand the regulatory requirements these companies have. This session will explore the requirements in the Executive Order and how it fits into other cybersecurity requirements.

This course is co-sponsored with myLawCLE.

Key topics to be discussed:

  •  New Cybersecurity Executive Order and how it may impact businesses
  • Implementation timeline for the new Cybersecurity Executive Order
  • Other cybersecurity requirements that companies in the Government supply chain currently have
  • Practical solutions for tackling a rapidly changing regulatory environment

Date / Time: July 9, 2021

  • 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Eastern
  • 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Central
  • 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Mountain
  • 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Mountain

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Closed-captioning available

Speakers

Eric Crusius_Partner, Holland & Knight_myLawCLEEric Crusius | Partner, Holland & Knight

Is a Partner at Holland & Knight and a government contracts and litigation attorney who focuses his practice on a wide range of government contract matters, including bid protests, claims and disputes, compliance issues (including cybersecurity, supply chain, and labor), and sub-prime issues and manages high-stakes complex commercial litigations. In addition, Eric regularly counsels clients through issues arising from cybersecurity breaches including notifications to the appropriate government agencies.

Eric has appeared as a guest on Fox News, Government Matters TV, NPR, and Federal News Radio and has been quoted in numerous publications including USA Today, Newsweek, the Washington Post, Washington Lawyer, the Financial Times, and the Washington Business Journal.

David Black_Co-Chair, Holland & Knight_myLawCLEDavid Black | Co-Chair, Holland & Knight

Is the Co-Chair of Holland & Knight’s National Government Contracts Team. He is a trusted advisor, problem solver, and advocate for federal contractors in every stage of growth Government contracts counseling and dispute resolution.

David represents contractors in protests and claims and responding to government investigations, audits, False Claims Act investigations and litigations and represents subcontractors in negotiating teaming agreements and subcontracts, and in disputes with prime contractors.

Agenda

1. Introduction to regulatory environment and current obligations | 2:00 pm – 2:15 pm
2. Review of the new EO | 2:15 pm – 2:40 pm
3. Practical guidance on how to prepare and comply | 2:40 pm – 3:00 pm