February 21, 2019- Dinner Meeting

February 21, 2019
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
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Forlini's Restaurant
93 Baxter Street
New York, NY

Cyberstalking, cyberbullying, data breaches, online harassment, internet and social media defamation …

Increasingly often, investigators handle cases involving all forms of cybercrime. Deep online research is only one part of the thrill. Other tasks include collecting and documenting evidence necessary to try to get companies from Facebook to Google to Uber hand over data, and, in some cases, go to court. How is that possible?

On February 21, 2019, Alexander J. Urbelis, will educate us on what private investigators and attorneys can do vs. law enforcement in gathering actionable intelligence, acquiring subpoena power and prosecuting cybercrime – and will demonstrate how effective collaboration between attorneys and investigators can result in acquiring data and intelligence faster than law enforcement could have. 

A partner in the Blackstone Law Group LLP in New York, Urbelis is an attorney who focuses on information security, technology-related law and investigations, and has also been part of the Information Security community for more than 20 years.

Urbelis is a frequent media commentator on television and radio on the subjects of privacy and security, and his writing has appeared on CNN, The Intercept2600 Magazine – The Hacker Quarterly, law reviews, and bar journals. He holds a BA, summa cum laude, in Philosophy from Stony Brook University, a JD, magna cum laude, from Vermont Law School, and the BCL from New College, Oxford University.

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$57.00 Member Ticket
$65.00 after 5:45 pm February 21

$67.00 Non-Member Ticket
$75.00 after 5:45 pm February 21

$55.00 Paying by Check (Bypass Credit Card)