ACAMS 15th Annual AML and Financial Crime Conference

| September.26.2016 - September.28.2016 | 5am - 5am (Pacific Standard Time)

Las Vegas

Aravind Swaminathan will be speaking at ACAMS 15th Annual AML and Financial Crime Conference on September 27.

Aravind will be a speaker on the panel "Life’s a Breach: Developing Rapid Response Plans to Mitigate Data Hack Damage," which will discuss:

  • Training cyberattack response teams to protect critical data and contain breach damage
  • Collecting and protecting cyber forensics to pinpoint the breach, supply evidence and aid investigators
  • Notifying affected clients to detail extent of stolen data, likelihood of identity theft and institutional
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Practice:

  • Finance Sector
  • Technology & Innovation Sector
  • Cyber Privacy and Data Innovation
  • Difesa class action
  • White Collar, Investigations, Securities Litigation & Compliance
  • Government Investigations and Enforcement Actions
  • Processi
  • Strategic Advisory & Government Enforcement (SAGE)

Aravind Swaminathan Partner

Seattle; Boston

A leading cybersecurity and online safety authority, Aravind is recognized by Chambers USA in Privacy and Data Security in both Litigation and Incident Response. Clients describe him as “a very talented lawyer experienced with incident responses” and “incredibly responsive and technically savvy.”

Aravind’s deep knowledge of his clients’ business objectives and technological capabilities distinguishes him as a strategic advisor and frontline crisis responder. He advises some of the world’s leading online platforms, public and private financial institutions, tech companies, higher education institutions, and critical infrastructure providers on cybersecurity, and their obligations to monitor and remove harmful or illegal content online and root out instances of child exploitation.

He is adept at guiding companies through cybersecurity incidents, having directed more than 500 data breach investigations, including enterprise-wide network intrusions to cyberattacks with national security implications. Aravind defends clients in an array of cybersecurity and privacy class actions and regulatory enforcement actions brought by the SEC, FTC, NY DFS and State AGs, and also represents individual C-level executives in criminal and civil regulatory enforcement matters.

As a former assistant United States attorney, he investigated and prosecuted a broad array of cybercrime, child exploitation cases, digital crimes, and white-collar crime cases. This first-hand knowledge of federal agencies allows him to navigate the system, partner with investigators and find creative solutions for clients.

Aravind is a member of Orrick’s Board of Directors, and he devotes much of his free time to advising independent schools on AI, online safety, and cybersecurity, and teaching and coaching.