Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva,” is a world-renowned technologist, thought-leader and advisor to multinational corporations for handling global data privacy, cyber data breach response, and complex cross-functional data-driven projects. Ms. Reynolds has also been recognized as a technology visionary and as a top leader in the Data Privacy and eDiscovery industries worldwide.
Patrick Burke chairs the Data Technology & Cybersecurity practice at Phillips Nizer LLP in New York City. He previously served as a Deputy Superintendent at the New York State Department of Financial Services heading its Office of Financial Innovation, where he supervised DFS’s dedicated Cybersecurity Examination team. He is a member of the Cybersecurity subcommittee of the Technology and the Legal Profession Committee of the New York State Bar Association.
Aishwarya Minocha is in a Dual Bachelor’s Degree Program in Risk Management & Cyber Security at Baruch College, Zicklin School of Business. As an intern Cyber Security Analyst in The Wall Street Transcript, she analyzes data and documents for inconsistencies that may indicate various types of fraud. She completed her System Analysis and Design research project that assisted in improving and securing Baruch Library’s database. Aishwarya is a student member in the NYSBA Cybersecurity Subcommittee.
Todd Daubert is a partner in Dentons’ Washington, DC, office and chair of the Firm’s Communications and Technology sectors. Leveraging a background in engineering, he has nearly two decades of experience advising companies that develop, integrate and deploy new technologies in transactional, regulatory, litigation and appellate matters.
Mark A. Berman is a commercial litigation partner at the law firm of Ganfer Shore Leeds & Zauderer LLP and chairs its technology and complex title litigation practice. He is the founding Chair of the State Bar’s Committee on Technology and the Legal Profession. He also is on the State Bar’s Executive Committee and is a former Chair of the Commercial and Federal Litigation Section of NYSBA. He has been the columnist for The New York Law Journal on e-discovery for the past decade.