**NOTE CHANGE OF DATE - MCLE Credit Will Be Awarded**
In honor of Cybersecurity Month, WiE LA invites you to a lively panel discussion as Sheppard Mullin Partner Justine Phillips and Ernst & Young Advisory Services Senior Manager Christine Ermatinger explore cybersecurity and eDiscovery trends for 2019.
Many thanks to our lunch sponsor, Ernst & Young.
About Our Panelists
Justine Phillips is a Partner at Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton's San Diego office, specializing in cyber law and representing clients in every aspect of cybersecurity and information governance. Justine teaches cyber law and Anatomy of a Breach through Department of Homeland Security’s Executive Program, and at the University of San Diego School of Engineering. Justine is also a member of the FBI Citizen’s Academy and Infragard, a public/private partnership focused on reducing cyber threats. Justine founded Women in eDiscovery San Diego, and frequently speaks and writes on cyber legal issues.
Christine Ermatinger is a Senior Manager in the Advisory Services practice of Ernst & Young LLP. Her experience is concentrated in Identity and Access Management (IAM), specifically in role management and identity analytics. In engagements ranging from $100k to $3M, Christine has provided service to a variety of clients in various industries in the areas of enterprise risk assessment, access management process improvement, access cleanup or remediation, and information technology and security strategy and alignment, to name a few.
About Our Chapter's Charitable Work
WiE LA supports the Downtown Women’s Center and welcomes donations of your good quality, clean, new or gently used clothing, shoes and handbags at our meetings (full list of acceptable items here: http://www.downtownwomenscenter.org/our-wishlist/). Additionally, DWC is in need of commercial washing machines and dryers for its two residences and we are hoping our member Firms can help. After eight years of daily use by 119 residents, the washers and dryers are unable to keep up with the demand. Right now, DWC residents are not able to wash their clothes and other items. The Center needs a total of 12 commercial washer/dryer sets for the San Pedro and Los Angeles Street residences. For more information, please contact Mara Leong-Maguinez, Director of Development, at MaraL@DowntownWomensCenter.org or (213) 213-2834, and don't forget to register for this month's meeting!