Playing on a Global Stage: Understanding Cyber Trends and Making the Big Deals

Playing on a Global Stage: Understanding Cyber Trends and Making the Big Deals


Wednesday, June 29th, 2022


- Naftali Building(Room 527)


This interactive roundtable discussion will focus on two topics of interest to Israeli investors, entrepreneurs, companies and practitioners: considerations for Israeli cybersecurity companies planning to pursue funding or corporate transactions abroad; and strategies for crossborder privacy and cyber compliance. Goodwin partners from San Francisco, New York, Boston, London and Paris will discuss and answer questions about IPOs, SPACs, VC and private equity investors, M&A, as well as recent developments in global cybersecurity and privacy laws and regulations.





Gathering & Registration


To Raise or To Exit – Are You Asking The Right Questions?

Aly Simons , Partner, Co-Chair - Global Technology M&A Practice , Goodwin Law

Mayan Katz , Partner, New York , Goodwin Law

Peter Fusco , Partner, New York , Goodwin Law

Benjamin Garçon , Partner, Paris , Goodwin Law

Beni Surpin , Partner , Goodwin

Planning on raising in the U.S. or Europe? Planning on selling to a U.S. tech company? Are you truly prepared? Is your team prepared? Join three leading venture financing partners in New York and Paris as well as the San Francisco based Global Co-Chair of Technology M&A as they provide practical actionable advice regarding venture financing in the U.S. and Europe and preparing for and closing an acquisition by a U.S. tech company.


Crossborder Privacy and Data Protection Compliance Strategies

Lore Leitner , Partner , Goodwin

Boris Segalis , Partner, New York , Goodwin Law

Omer Tene , Partner , Goodwin ; Co-Founder , Israel Tech Policy Institute

Marie Fillon , Partner, Paris , Goodwin Law

The global privacy and data protection framework continues to grow in complexity. New laws in China and Brazil, in addition to GDPR in Europe and a growing list of state privacy laws in the U.S., have raised the bar for businesses trying to move data across borders. The fallout from the European Court of Justice decision in the Schrems II case, as well as the slow pace of adequacy determinations and review by the European Commission, leave businesses with unmitigated risks, transaction costs and legal uncertainty. In this discussion, partners from Goodwin’s global Data, Privacy and Cybersecurity team, based in London, Boston and New York discuss practical solutions to crossborder challenges.


Open Q&A

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