Darkest Hour? Shining a Light on Cyber Ethical Obligations (On-Demand CLE)

    Darkest Hour? Shining a Light on Cyber Ethical Obligations (On-Demand CLE)
    ETHICS 90 min

    Darkest Hour? Shining a Light on Cyber Ethical Obligations (On-Demand CLE)

    Learn about key risks and how to avoid them, including metadata missteps, damaging electronic messages, record-keeping nightmares, portable device perils, social networking snafus, Wi-Fi pitfalls, outsourcing obstacle courses, cloud computing complications, and damaging data breaches

    Select your state to learn more about the credit details and status of CLE application.

    1.50 total credit hours including

    • Ethics/Professionalism

      Status:

      Approved

      1.50 credit hours

      Available until:

      05/22/2021

    1.50 total credit hours including

    • Ethics

      Status:

      Available for credit

      1.50 credit hours

      Available until:

      05/22/2021

    1.50 total credit hours including

    • Ethics

      Status:

      Available for credit

      1.50 credit hours

      Available until:

      05/22/2021

    1.50 total credit hours including

    • Legal Ethics

      Status:

      Approved

      1.50 credit hours

      Available until:

      04/22/2021

    1.80 total credit hours including

    • Ethics

      Status:

      Applied for

      1.80 credit hours

      Available until:

      12/31/2021

    • Ethics

      Status:

      Applied for

      1.80 credit hours

      Available until:

      12/31/2021

    1.50 total credit hours including

    • Ethics

      Status:

      Available for credit

      1.50 credit hours

      Available until:

      05/22/2021

    1.50 total credit hours including

    • Ethics, Professional Responsibility and Professionalism

      Status:

      Self apply

      1.50 credit hours

      Available until:

      04/22/2021

    1.50 total credit hours including

    • Ethics

      Status:

      Applied for upon completion

      1.50 credit hours

      Available until:

      04/22/2021

    1.50 total credit hours including

    • Ethics and Professionalism

      Status:

      Approved

      1.50 credit hours

      Available until:

      04/22/2021

    1.50 total credit hours including

    • Attorney Professional Conduct

      Status:

      Approved

      1.50 credit hours

      Available until:

      12/30/2019

    1.50 total credit hours including

    • Ethics

      Status:

      Self apply

      1.50 credit hours

      Available until:

      04/22/2021

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    Behind the scenes (and often underreported in media headlines), law firms are increasingly being targeted in cyber attacks because they are treasure troves of client information. These attacks raise implications for lawyers, law firms, and practitioners and their ethical duties, including competence, confidentiality, and supervision of lawyers and nonlawyers.

    At the same time, technology has transformed the practice of law, providing unprecedented access to information, streamlined workflow, and instantaneous and cost-effective communications. Yet lawyers who race to use the latest and greatest technology do not always see the corresponding ethical issues lurking beneath the surface.

    It’s always darkest before the dawn. This session will shine a light on cyber ethical issues. Join us to:
      • Identify cyber/technology obligations under the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct, the ABA’s August 2014 Cybersecurity Resolution 109, and state bar opinions
      • Discover the implications of ABA Formal Opinion 477R for lawyers in maintaining the security of client confidential information in today’s digital information environment
      • Learn about key risks and how to avoid them, including metadata missteps, damaging electronic messages, recordkeeping nightmares, portable device perils, social networking snafus, Wi-Fi pitfalls, outsourcing obstacle courses, cloud computing complications, and damaging data breaches

      Programs can be taken either individually or as part of the five-part series; there is a discount for registrants taking all.

      Each of the five programs in this series features authoritative speakers and practical guidance on the cybersecurity issues that keep you up at night. Be sure to take these stimulating and essential programs; the business you save may be your own.

    Product Details

    Moderators

    Lucian T Pera

    Panelists

    ARLAN MCMILLAN, Catherine Sanders Reach, Karen Painter Randall

    Sponsors

    ABACLE, Center For Professional Responsibility, Cybersecurity Legal Task Force, Government and Public Sector Lawyers Division, Infrastructure and Regulated Industries Section, Judicial Division, Law and National Security Advisory Committee, Law Practice Division, Law Student Division, Section of International Law, Section of Litigation, Section of Science & Technology Law, Senior Lawyers Division, Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section

    Product Code

    CE1806CWUOLC

    Duration

    90

    Publication Date

    6/27/2018 12:00:00 AM

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