Cyber Security Luncheon

Selig Center | June 18 | 12-1:30 pm

Join us for a panel discussion on Cyber Security sponsored by Fifth Third Bank. Learn about the cyber issues affecting the Atlanta community.

Panelists include Eden Doniger, Cox Enterprises, and Jonathan Grant, Fifth Third Bank.
Moderator Doug Isenberg, The Gigalaw Firm.

This is a free event | Kosher lunch provided

Learn about the panel

Jonathan Grant, Fifth Third Bank

Grant provides coverages for all lines of property & casualty insurance in both the personal and commercial markets. Real estate, technology, manufacturing, entertainment and specialty programs for unique business concepts are all major areas of focus. With the ability to leverage insurance coverages with bank products, Fifth Third Bank can now serve their clients as a one-stop resource for risk management programs.

Grant received his bachelor’s degree in risk management and insurance from University of Georgia. He supports the community and dedicates his time as a board member to the Atlanta Jewish Federation, Friends of the IDF, and the Metro Atlanta Independent Insurance Agents Association. Grant is also very active as a volunteer and leader in the Atlanta community for many other local organization

Doug Isenberg, The GigaLaw Firm

Doug Isenberg is a recognized leader on Internet law; a domain name panelist; and a frequent author and speaker on Internet legal issues. He has also served as an adjunct professor of computer and cyberspace law.

The World Trademark Review has said that Doug is a whiz on all things to do with Internet law and domain names (World’s Leading Trademark Professionals, 2015 edition); and the Atlanta Business Chronicle has called him an international authority on Internet law (September 22, 2006).

Doug has worked with clients on domain name transactions and disputes since 1996 and today represents some of the world’s largest and best-known brands with respect to their Internet legal matters — including the largest complaint ever filed under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP), which resulted in an order transferring 1,519 domain names to a single client. He also serves as a domain name panelist for four of the world’s leading dispute providers, including the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

Doug is the founder of two Internet companies and, before practicing law, was a newspaper reporter and magazine editor.

Eden Doniger, Cox Enterprises

Eden Doniger is Assistant General Counsel and Privacy Officer for Cox Enterprises and its subsidiary Cox Media Group.  Cox is a global communications, automotive and media company with more than 55,000 employees and $20 billion in revenue.

Eden oversees her clients’ privacy programs and incident response and handles daily legal counseling on a variety of privacy and cybersecurity issues.

Eden’s background includes litigation, media law and crisis response.  She is a graduate of Princeton University and Emory School of Law and is a J. William Fulbright Scholar.


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