59. Susan Lindberg – GableGotwals – What Businesses Should Know About Cyber Security in 2021

41 minutes

Susan Lindberg is an attorney and shareholder in the Tulsa office of GableGotwals. She has more than 25 years of experience as an attorney working in the energy sector working in a wide variety of issues, including oil and gas upstream, midstream, interstate natural gas pipeline, and tanking & terminalling businesses.

Susan specializes in company-transforming transactions, corporate governance, and compliance matters.

She has served as the Executive Vice President and General Counsel of SemGroup Corporation. She was also General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Eni US Operating Co. Inc., and part of the U.S. executive team for Italy’s Eni SpA.

Listen in as Susan shares how she gained an interest in the cyber security space, why many companies continue to have gaps in their systems around cyber-related legal issues.

She offers a number of resources that small-to-medium sized businesses can use to analyze and categorize risk and, therefore, determine the framework they may need to implement.

She also breaks down “ransomware-as-a-service” and what to do if your company falls victim to an attack, and how to plan for insurance and other cyber security investments.

Finally, she gives her thoughts on the future of business and identity verification should the time come when all personal information becomes public.

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