HB Litigation Conferences and NetDiligence® are pleased to announce Ryan Kriger, an Assistant Attorney General in the Vermont Office of the Attorney General, has joined the faculty of the NetDiligence® Cyber Risk and Privacy Liability Forum. Mr. Kriger will participate on the program’s opening panel, “Regulatory Challenges Facing Data-Rich Companies,” at 9:00am on October 11, 2012, along with Rennie Muzii of Marsh USA, Jacob Olcott of Good Harbor Consulting; Christina Terplan, Esq. of Clyde & Co US LLP. The panel is moderated by Bobby Turnage, Jr., Esq., of Venable LLP.

Ryan G. Kriger is an Assistant Attorney General in the Vermont Office of the Attorney General’s Public Protection Division. He handles antitrust and consumer protection issues, with a focus on technology and data security. Mr. Kriger is often called to testify before the state legislature on competition issues, and was involved in recent amendments to Vermont’s Data Breach Notification Act.

Prior to joining the Attorney General’s Office, Mr. Kriger practiced for several years in New York City, working for both corporate defense firms and class action plaintiffs’ firms and focusing on antitrust complex litigation and commercial litigation, as well as electronic discovery and legal ethics.

The NetDiligence® Cyber Risk and Privacy Liability Forum will be held October 11-12, 2012, at the Ritz-Carlton in Marina del Rey, Calif. For more information and registration, contact Brownie Bokelman at 484-324-2755 x212.