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Aug 31, 2019 4:47 AM ET

Golden Gate University Delivers Key Insights From Leading Experts In Cybersecurity, Law And Technology With Its Recent "Innovation In Practice" Series

Legal Newswire

iCrowd Newswire - Aug 31, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO,  — Digital citizens—both businesses and individuals—face escalating risks of hacking, social engineering, data breaches, fraud, legal liabilities and other threats, experts said at Golden Gate University’s (GGU) recent “Innovation in Practice” series. Presented by GGU’s Ageno School of Business, the recurring signature speaker program featured nationally recognized experts in cybersecurity; data privacy; e-discovery; fraud; intellectual property and technology law; B Corporations, and other issues facing enterprise, public entities and individuals.

Highlights from the two-day program included the following:


The summer series also included an author event with Ryan Honeyman, co-author of “The B Corp Handbook: How to Use Business as a Force for Good,” as well as sessions on co-occurring disorders with mental health expert Steve Diamond, and cultivating emotional balance with Maria-Cristina Samaco Zamaro, clinical psychologist and GGU adjunct professor.

“In keeping with our commitment to serve as a center for thought leadership, we’re pleased to bring together varied experts through our recurring Innovation in Practice series, which benefits the GGU and the business communities,” comments Gordon Swartz, DBA, dean of GGU’s Ageno School of Business.

Visit for information about future programs, offered three times a year with different themes, online and in person on campus in downtown San Francisco.

For more information, contact: Michael Bazeley
415-442-7853| [email protected]

Contact Information:

Michael Bazeley
415-442-7853| [email protected]

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