Webcast – Cybersecurity and AI Whistleblowers – Debevoise Knowledge Weblog


On December 16, 2021, Anna Gressel and Avi Gesser from our Knowledge Technique and Safety Group have been joined by Maeve O’Connor and Jyotin Hamid of our Industrial Litigation Group for a particular installment of our Knowledge Safety Webcast on synthetic intelligence (AI) and cybersecurity whistleblowers.

Whereas AI helps firms generate worth, it additionally produces quite a lot of dangers and moral points. In the course of the webcast, we’ll talk about how latest developments have brought on firms to overview their whistleblower insurance policies and procedures, particularly within the areas of cybersecurity and AI. The webinar will deal with:

  • Current updates to New York State regulation;
  • Bulletins by the SEC and CFPB;
  • The U.S. Division of Justice’s latest Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative;
  • The suitable ranges of governance and compliance for AI packages, together with with respect to transparency, bias testing, explainability, privateness protections, and human oversight; and
  • Sensible suggestions for addressing whistleblower complaints.

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Avi Gesser is Co-Chair of the Debevoise Knowledge Technique & Safety Group. His follow focuses on advising main firms on a variety of cybersecurity, privateness and synthetic intelligence issues. He may be reached at agesser@debevoise.com.


Anna R. Gressel is an affiliate and a member of the agency’s Knowledge Technique & Safety Group and its FinTech and Expertise practices. Her follow focuses on representing shoppers in regulatory investigations, supervisory examinations, and civil litigation associated to synthetic intelligence and different rising applied sciences. Ms. Gressel has a deep data of laws, supervisory expectations, and trade finest practices with respect to AI governance and compliance. She often advises boards and senior authorized executives on governance, threat, and legal responsibility points referring to AI, privateness, and knowledge governance. She may be reached at argressel@debevoise.com.


Jyotin Hamid, a associate within the New York workplace, is a seasoned litigator with in depth courtroom expertise. He handles a various array of advanced industrial litigation issues, with a selected give attention to employment litigation and mental property disputes. He has represented main firms of their most difficult industrial issues. Within the employment space, he has efficiently dealt with quite a few whistleblower, discrimination, contract, compensation and company raiding litigations involving high-level executives in a broad vary of industries. Mr. Hamid additionally counsels employers on their most delicate personnel issues, together with investigations of alleged government misconduct. He’s additionally deeply concerned in Debevoise’s market-leading mental property follow, and he has litigated trademark and commerce costume circumstances involving a number of the most well-known manufacturers on the planet.


Maeve O’Connor is Co-Chair of the Agency’s Securities Litigation Follow and Chair of the Agency’s Insurance coverage Litigation Follow and spent six years as a member of the agency’s Administration Committee. She has vital expertise in defending securities litigation and in representing monetary companies firms in a spread of litigation and regulatory issues.

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