What every business and organization needs to know about the Apple cases and cybersecurity.
• Understanding the Apple cases and dilemma;
• An overview of cyber and data security risks and best practices;
• Data breaches and information security: addressing threats and risks to data – top considerations;
• Cyber & incident response plans; and
• How the Langston University School of Business plans to lead.
Joshua M. Snavely was appointed Dean for Langston University’s School of Business on March 7, 2016.
Prior to assuming the Deanship, Snavely served as the Dean for Advancement & External Relations at Oklahoma City University School of Law. In that capacity, Snavely directed all facets of law school fundraising, alumni relations, special events, marketing and communications, business development and legislative affairs. Snavely also served as the inaugural director of the Judge Alfred P. Murrah Center for Homeland Security Law and Policy. The Murrah Center for Homeland Security Law examines the unique legal issues central to protecting and securing our nation, with a focus on the prevention of domestic terrorism and defending the homeland.
A native and lifelong Oklahoman, Snavely graduated from Deer Creek High School and attended Oklahoma State University prior to graduating with a Bachelors in Business Administration from the University of Central Oklahoma. Snavely worked as a licensed insurance agent before earning his Juris Doctor and Masters of Business Administration from Oklahoma City University where he graduated cum laude. He also served as President of the Student Bar Association, three-time President of his law school class, and Executive Editor of the OCU Law Review.
Snavely later earned a Masters of Law degree in National Security and Foreign Relations from the George Washington University Law School, where his work and studies focused on counterterrorism, military justice, the law of armed conflict, homeland and cyber security law. While at GW, Snavely worked in the Government Appellate Division of the United States Army. Snavely currently works nationally in homeland security policy and teaches in areas of national security law, the law of war, and cybersecurity and business law. The American Bar Association recently sought Snavely’s leadership to author the first comprehensive homeland and cyber security casebook.
Active in the community, Snavely currently serves as a trustee for the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum and on various committees and task-forces for the American Bar Association, including most recently as the national Co-Chair of the Homeland and National Security Law Committee for the Young
Lawyers Division. He also helped create and served on the inaugural Oklahoma Justice Commission – an organization dedicated to identifying the causes of wrongful convictions and implementing criminal justice reforms in the state of Oklahoma.