About Elizabeth E. McGinn

Elizabeth McGinn, a partner at Buckley LLP, focuses her practice on assisting clients in identifying, evaluating, and managing the risks associated with cybersecurity, internal privacy, and information security practices, as well as those of third-party vendors.

Ms. McGinn advises clients on a range of state and federal privacy and data security requirements. In conjunction with this work, she develops policies and procedures, records retention schedules, and training materials. A significant part of her practice involves addressing data security breaches, working proactively with clients to prevent such breaches from occurring, and advising clients in responding to regulatory inquiries, investigations, and enforcement actions related to privacy, information security, and cybersecurity issues. She also assists numerous professional sports teams comply with data privacy concerns, consumer financing laws, and payment system issues.

Ms. McGinn has published and spoken on a variety of data privacy topics and authored the chapter on “Oversight of Compliance and Control Responsibilities” for Navigating the Digital Age – The Definitive Cybersecurity Guide for Directors and Officers. She has been recognized for her work in Cyber Law (Data Protection and Privacy) by Legal 500 since 2013. Ms. McGinn received her J.D. from The American University and is a Certified Information Privacy

About Buckley LLP

With offices in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Chicago, and London, Buckley LLP offers premier enforcement, litigation, compliance, regulatory, and transactional services to financial services institutions and early stage and leading fintech and technology companies, as well as venture capital and private equity funds, investment companies, and corporate and individual clients throughout the world. “The best at what they do in the country.” (Chambers USA).

Event Summary:

Third parties are vital in boosting business efficiencies and growth strategies. However, the threats associated with third parties such as potential regulatory scrutiny, poor data security, over-reliance on third-party safeguards, and service interruptions have also become rampant which, if not mitigated, could severely hamper business continuity. Thus, the third-party risk management (TPRM) program is taking on greater significance.

As risks continue to loom on the business landscape, it becomes crucial that organizations integrate a robust TPRM program that could automate their third-party risk management lifecycle while ensuring streamlined regulatory reporting and improved overall visibility into vendor performance.

Listen as a panel of key thought leaders and industry experts assembled by The Knowledge Group provide a comprehensive discussion on how to manage third-party risks. The speakers will also share tools and techniques to maximize your third-party risk management program and ensure compliance amid the shifting regulatory climate.

This Live Webcast will discuss the following:

• Third-Party Risk Management: Notable Updates

• Regulatory and Enforcement Trends

• Critical Issues and Pitfalls

• Implementing Efficient Third-Party Risk Management Program

• TPRM Best Practices

• What Lies Ahead

About The Knowledge Group

Founded in November 2006, The Knowledge Group has been at the forefront of providing quality continuing education programs for lawyers, accountants, financial executives, risk and compliance specialists, human resources professionals, technology officers, and business consultants in a wide range of industries.

The Knowledge Group strives to be the best-in-class provider of continuing education by bringing forth relevant content you can’t get anywhere else.