The Cyber Law Consortium is a peer-to-peer networking community of professionals, all of whom work within the Information Security and Data Privacy sectors of their respective business. As CEO of the Cyber Law Consortium, I welcome you to membership and I encourage you to study our website carefully to better understand our Value Proposition and to see if any of our programs appeal to your interests:
If you are an in-house attorney or outside counsel practicing in the information security and/or data privacy sector, you will find that our attorney membership base will constitute what can best be called, the Cyber Bar of Texas.
If you are an in-house or outside IT professional, you will interact with fellow IT experts with different skill sub-specialties and who wish to broaden their formal base of knowledge by exposure to related fields of knowledge in Law, Business, as well as the field of Emerging Technologies.
If you are a General Counsel, you will find other CLOs that understand that cybersecurity cannot be treated solely as an IT issue, but rather, must be treated as an Enterprise-wide Cybersecurity Management Team (ECM Team) issue. With other corporate CLOs, you will begin to define the role and functions of an ECM Team and will, through time, establish the “Best Practices” standards of ECM Teams.
If you are a Business Executive, you will be invited to attend timely and informative presentations that focus on the “do’s & don’ts” for small businesses. You will also attend Product Pavilions which allow you to do comparative selection of high-tech systems.
If you are a Cybersecurity Service Provider, you will be provided regular opportunities through our Product Pavilion to meet and interact with hundreds of Legal, Executive and IT professionals that need to know you and your company’s latest IT innovation.
Finally, the Cyber Law Consortium is a statewide organization with chapters planned for Dallas, Houston, and Austin/San Antonio. Someday, all of these chapters will be recognized as one of the nation’s cyber strongholds and may be known as the Texas Cyber Triangle.