Executive Degree Program:
Offered jointly by NYU School of Law and NYU Tandon School of Engineering, the MS in Cybersecurity Risk and Strategy Program is a one-year degree for experienced professionals seeking to deepen their understanding of cybersecurity risk and strategy.
International Sanctions & Financial Crimes Compliance Program
NYU School of Law and the Financial Integrity Network (FIN) are jointly offering a premium executive education program focused on U.S. and global sanctions and financial crimes compliance regulations, policies, and market expectations. The course will provide senior executives and FCC professionals with the expertise, skills, and judgment to comprehend and effectively manage evolving sanctions and related risks within global enterprises.
Leadership Events for Professionals:
September 20, 2016
“Cybercrime is a business. While some hackers engage in cyberattacks to steal state secrets or to engage in sabotage for political purposes, a significant portion of the attacks that plague American companies and individuals are motivated by money. Whether the perpetrators are Eastern European organized crime groups or actors linked to the Chinese military in ways that may be obscure, the goal is often to turn a profit. Deterring these actors means not only trying to keep them out of our systems and networks in the first place, but also making it as difficult as possible for them to raise, move, store, and use funds. This event will shed light on ways that the government and private sector are working to disrupt the flow of funds that powers the digital underground.”
October 14, 2016
“Join us for an industry career conference dedicated to improving the pipeline for women into cyber security. The NYU Center for Cyber Security will host this one-day conference focusing on Women Leaders in Cyber Security in October 14, 2016.”
October 17, 2016
“Data Analytics – the science of mining raw data to make predictions – is listed among the “Top 5 HR Trends in 2016 and Beyond” by Forbes online. Predictive analytics are increasingly being used by companies to inform hiring, placement and interview decisions. ”
October 27, 2016
“There is presently significant uncertainty in the legal regime governing circumstances in which platform providers can be compelled to take down content, or in which they can be held civilly liable for their failure to do so. While the general legal landscape is thick, the precise application to content hosted on social media platforms is not clear. Some of the specific questions this panel will consider include:
- Can platform providers be held civilly liable for hosting terrorist-linked content on their services?
- Can the government use the same software that commercial advertising firms use to follow the behavior of potential ISIS recruits as they consume material available on public platforms like YouTube and Twitter?
- What should social media companies do with regard to terrorist-linked content, and to what incentives to they respond when considering these questions?
We are pleased to offer up to 1.5 credits of CLE in the Areas of Professional Practice at this event.”
November 1, 2016
“We are pleased to offer up to 1.5 credits of CLE in the Areas of Professional Practice at this event.
Speakers will include:
- Dorit Beinisch, President, Supreme Court of Israel (ret.); Weinstein Family Distinguished Fellow at the Center on Law and Security and Distinguished Jurist in Residence at NYU School of Law
- Ryan Goodman, Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz Professor of Law, NYU School of Law
- Jeremy Waldron, University Professor, NYU School of Law
RSVP by emailing CLS@mercury.law.nyu.edu.”
November 28, 2016
“The Center on Law and Security invites you to a talk by Jennifer O’Connor, General Counsel of the Department of Defense, titled, “Applying the Law of Targeting to the Modern Battlefield,” followed by a question and answer session, which will be moderated by Dean Trevor Morrison. Zachary Goldman, Executive Director of the Center on Law and Security, and Ryan Goodman, Joel and Anne Ehrenkranz Professor of Law, will give introductory remarks.”
February 15, 2017
“Our panel of experts will examine the requirements of NYDFS’ Cybersecurity Requirements for Financial Services Companies, and discuss the impending implementation of the new regulations, their potential impact on the financial sector from the vantage points of both compliance with and enforcement, the federal governments’ anticipated Enhanced Cyber Risk Management Standards, and the realities of whether piecemeal cybersecurity programs can keep companies and their information secure.”
September 30, 2016
“This program brings together distinguished federal jurists, academics, and practitioners in roundtable discussions of current issues and trends in how patent jury trials are conducted. Attendees must register in advance. For more information or to register, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. “
October 26, 2016
“”In this Leadership Mindset program, Ben W. Heineman, Jr., Senior Fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, will discuss his most recent book, The Inside Counsel Revolution: Resolving the Partner-Guardian Tension, and his previous experience as Senior Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary of the General Electric Company.”
September 20, 2016
“On behalf of the NYU School of Law International Tax Program you are invited to the Twenty-First Annual David R. Tillinghast Lecture on International Taxation. The lecture is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. in Vanderbilt Hall, 40 Washington Square South. Porus F. Kaka, President of the International Fiscal Association (IFA), will present his lecture,”Source Taxation: Do we really know what we mean?” A reception will immediately follow the lecture.
If you would like to take this opportunity to register online, click here, or copy and paste the registration link below.”
September 23, 2016
“This two-day conference is the centerpiece of CHRGJ’s broader initiative to promote scholarship and public debate on the relationship between inequality, the global economy, and human rights. It will bring together an interdisciplinary group of leading practitioners and scholars, international officials and activists to discuss the ways in which tax policy can be viewed as a form of human rights policy, and to consider how the international human rights framework might contribute to bringing greater equity and justice to the global tax regime.”