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The approaching DFARS 252.204-7012 deadline extends beyond contracts and legal teams. CXO and board teams are not only responsible for understanding 7012, but also for putting together a plan of action that satisfies and ensures compliance.

In this webinar, we'll identify the layers and map out steps to get started. From addressing insurance risk associated with a breach, to protecting against insider threats, we'll cover the different angles of cyber threats, including moving from a reactive posture, to a proactive one.

This webinar is presented by NeoSystems

NeoSystems delivers strategic back office services to over 500 government contractors, from small companies through federal divisions of large corporations. We provide industry experts for implementations and upgrades, day-to-day accounting, hosting, financial planning, and reporting. At NeoSystems, our clients leverage best-in-class software including Deltek Costpoint and GCS Premier. With Neo, our clients benefit from our secure, private, redundant cloud that is SSAE-16 SOC 1 & SOC 2, PCI-DSS, MA 201, HIPAA, and ITAR compliant. - See more at
About Our Presenter ...
Michael Scheimer, Senior Associate, Hogan Lovells
Michael Scheimer advises clients on government contracts with a particular focus on national security, cybersecurity, and IT contracting. As a former defense contractor himself, Mike leverages his aerospace and defense industry network to maximize opportunities for clients.

Mike has vast experience handling government contract cybersecurity issues, including comprehensive knowledge of cloud computing, data breach reporting, information sharing programs, and government information system security accreditation processes.

Pamela Walker, Senior Director for Federal Technology, ITAPS
Pamela Walker serves as Senior Director for Federal Public Sector Technology at the Information Technology Alliance for Public Sector (ITAPS), a division of Information Technology Industry Council (ITI). She is responsible for the federal government technologies portfolio and is also a member of ITI’s cybersecurity team.

Previously, she served as the first Director of Government Affairs for the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO), Senior Director of Homeland Security for TechAmerica and Senior Director of Government Affairs for the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA).

Steve Britt, Partner and Director of Corporate and Technology Law

Berenzweig Leonard LLP, Washington, D.C. Metro Area. 

Steve Britt is a corporate and technology attorney with deep experience in business and technology issues and complex transactions. He represents U.S. and international clients in the hardware, software, internet, data hosting, Cloud, government contracting and professional services industries.

His extensive transactional experience includes formation and founder documents, LLC operating agreements, software and technology licensing, value-added reseller agreements, click-wrap and open source licenses, online terms of use, privacy policies, early stage capital raises and all manner of corporate agreements, including for mergers and acquisitions (asset or capital stock sales, exchanges or combinations). Steve also counsels executives on employment and separation agreements and related equity incentive agreements, including provisions concerning severance, non-competition, non-solicitation and acceleration of equity grants. His government contractor clients are often involved in services related to national security and intelligence, or in licensing technology to the U.S. Government.