CPR-FTI Consulting Joint Cybersecurity Training: Module III – CPR Data Security and the Protocol on Cybersecurity in International Arbitration
CPR is pleased to collaborate with FTI Consulting to offer a complimentary “Cybersecurity in ADR” Training to its Distinguished Neutrals. Offered on an annual basis, the training is designed to enable you to stay abreast of the latest developments in cybersecurity and to receive practical information to help you deal with cybersecurity issues you might be faced with when serving as an arbitrator and/or mediator.
The 2021 edition of the training will take place via live webinars. If you cannot attend the live webinars, you will be able to access the recordings at your convenience from our website. We will inform you as soon as the recordings become available.
CPR Distinguished Neutrals who complete the 2021 Training will receive a Certificate of Completion.
2021 CPR-FTI Consulting Cybersecurity in ADR Training
The 2021 Training is composed of the three following modules:
Module I – Current and Emerging Threats
to be held on August 5, 2021, at 12 pm [ET]. Register here for Module I.
Module II – Practical Tips to Mitigate Risks
to be held on August 9, 2021, at 11 am [ET]. Register here for Module II.
Module III – CPR Data Security and the Protocol on Cybersecurity in International Arbitration
to be held on August 20, 2021, at 12 pm [ET]. Register here for Module III.
About Module III
Module III will provide an update on CPR Data Security and discuss the ICCA-New York City Bar Association-CPR Protocol on Cybersecurity in International Arbitration (2020 Edition) which was released in November 2019. The Protocol is intended to provide a framework for determining reasonable information security measures for individual arbitration matters. That framework includes procedural and practical guidance to assess security risks and identify available measures that may be implemented. In addition, the Protocol is intended to increase awareness about information security in international arbitrations. This includes awareness of: (i) information security risks in the arbitral process, which include both cybersecurity and physical security risks; (ii) the importance of information security to maintaining user confidence in the overall arbitral regime; (iii) the essential role played by individuals involved in the arbitration in effective risk mitigation; and (iv) some of the readily accessible information security measures available to improve everyday security practices.
- Olivier P. André – Client Relationship Advisor at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
- Stephanie Cohen – Independent Arbitrator & CPR Distinguished Neutral
- Helena Tavares Erickson – Senior Vice President, Dispute Resolution Services and Corporate Secretary
Please click here to Register for Module III: CPR Data Security and the Protocol on Cybersecurity in International Arbitration