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David Katz will serve as a keynote speaker for a joint cybersecurity program with Georgia State University, Grant Thornton and Adams and Reese. The May 9 program, "An Evidence-Based Cybersecurity Approach to Risk Management: In Defense of Exercising Business Judgment and Corporate Decision Making," will be held at the Buckhead Center in Atlanta. 

With a focus on exploring how organizations evaluate and assess cyber risk in the context of their corporate governance and fiduciary responsibilities, the program will cover the multitude of issues surrounding the identification and mitigation of cyber risk and its legal implications, including attorney-client privilege. 

Attendees from a wide range of Atlanta companies will join in a robust discussion and analysis of cybersecurity and legal issues, with opportunities to share experiences and insights in this field. 

For more information, or to register, visit the event website.