Date: March 20, 2018

Time: Noon ET (60 Minutes)

Guest Speaker: M. Lisa Shasteen, Esq., Shasteen & Percy, P.A.

Host: Lisa Niemeier, Founder and Managing Member of graymatter Strategies LLC, PPI Dean of Generational Impact

As with almost every other aspect of life, different generations’ concepts of security determine not only how willing we are to actively protect information, their companies, and even their person, but also how well equipped we are as a society to protect ourselves. Leading this conversational exchange will be Lisa Niemeier of graymatter Strategies LLC and PPI’s Dean of Generational Impact and Lisa Shasteen, Esq., of Shasteen & Percy, PA. Join us for an interactive exploration on Tuesday, March 20 at Noon ET (11am CT) as we talk about:

  1. A brief overview of what security looked like as each current generation came of age
  2. How different generational views are shaping our current state of security (or lack of!)
  3. What motivates different generations to actively address security issues (or not)?
  4. How generations together can learn from each other to devise a workable and actionable security plan
  5. How you can introduce the topic to your clients

Introduction to Our Guests Speaker

Lisa is co-founder and CEO of Shasteen & Percy, P.A., a law firm focused on cybersecurity and data privacy law.  She is also COO of CEO Effectiveness, LLC, a coaching firm that works with top management to achieve exponential results.  She is former Senior Vice President and General Counsel for an international investment and merchant bank focused on digital and technology companies with 17 offices worldwide and $3 billion under management. While there, she was also a member of the Board of Directors of the International Institute of Communications based in London, England, with membership spanning over 150 countries.  The IIC fosters global communication and cooperation among regulators, communication and technology company executives, and academic leaders in the communication space.

Lisa has a Juris Doctor degree from Stetson University College of Law and trained in cyber security at Georgetown University.  Her practice focuses on data privacy law and cybersecurity strategy, including the preparation of information security and breach response plans, performance of risk assessments, the development of training systems, and plan implementation at the C-suite and boardroom level.  Lisa’s background includes 27 years in regulatory law.

Lisa has written many articles which have been published, including an article about the use of technology to change the economic base of a society published by The Wall Street Journal Asia.  In addition to membership in other notable organizations, Lisa is an active member of the American Committee on Foreign Relations, a lifetime member of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA), a member of the Florida Bar, the American Bar Association Technology Committee, and the International Association of Privacy Professionals.  She also sits on the Board of Directors of the Tampa Bay Chapter of InfraGard, a public-private partnership with the FBI with a mission of sharing information to protect the security of America’s 16 critical infrastructure sectors against security threats, including threats to cybersecurity.

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