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    Locked Down: Practical Information Security for Lawyers

    A Continuing Legal Education Teleconference Program

    presented by the

    American Bar Association’s

    GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC SECTOR LAWYERS DIVISION

    Cosponsored by the Law Practice Division

     

    May 17, 2016

    1:00-2:30 Eastern

     

    Yes, law offices have been breached — many of them. Our cybersecurity experts will tell you real-life stories of law office data breaches and explain how they could have been prevented. They will also share practical tips for ethically protecting your confidential data, many of which are low or no-cost.  They will go through the changes to the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct (Rules 1.1 and 1.6) and talk about the states that have thus far adopted those rules. They will also cover:

    ·         The most successful tactic for breaking into law offices

    ·         How to prevent data breaches using a combination of technology, policies and training

    ·         The move from “defending the perimeter” to “detect, respond and recover”

    ·         Encryption, which has become cheap and easy — and may be ethically required

    ·         The new rules for strong passwords and the move to multi-factor authentication

    ·         Common sources of breaches: User Error, Technology Snafus, Insiders, Hackers (including state-sponsored hackers) and Hactivists

    ·         How to manage smartphones in a BYOD (bring your own device) world

    ·         What you must do after a data breach

    ·         Secure computing when you’re on the road


    Panelists:

    Sharon D. Nelson, Esq., President, Sensei Enterprises, Inc., Fairfax, VA

    David G. Ries, Esq., Member, Clark Hill PLC, Pittsburgh, PA

    John W. Simek, Vice-President, Sensei Enterprises, Inc., Fairfax, VA

     

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    $85
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    States typically decide whether a program qualifies for MCLE credit in their jurisdiction 4-8 weeks after the program application is submitted.  For many live events, credit approval is not received prior to the program.

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    Tuition:
    $150 General Public
    $125 ABA Members
    $95 Government Attorneys
    $85 Government and Public Sector Lawyers Division Members
    $60 Each additional registrant using the same phone line
    $25 Law Students

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    Date

    Jan 01, 0001

    Locked Down: Practical Information Security for Lawyers

    Locked Down: Practical Information Security for Lawyers

    A Continuing Legal Education Teleconference Program

    presented by the

    American Bar Association’s

    GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC SECTOR LAWYERS DIVISION

    Cosponsored by the Law Practice Division

     

    May 17, 2016

    1:00-2:30 Eastern

     

    Yes, law offices have been breached — many of them. Our cybersecurity experts will tell you real-life stories of law office data breaches and explain how they could have been prevented. They will also share practical tips for ethically protecting your confidential data, many of which are low or no-cost.  They will go through the changes to the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct (Rules 1.1 and 1.6) and talk about the states that have thus far adopted those rules. They will also cover:

    ·         The most successful tactic for breaking into law offices

    ·         How to prevent data breaches using a combination of technology, policies and training

    ·         The move from “defending the perimeter” to “detect, respond and recover”

    ·         Encryption, which has become cheap and easy — and may be ethically required

    ·         The new rules for strong passwords and the move to multi-factor authentication

    ·         Common sources of breaches: User Error, Technology Snafus, Insiders, Hackers (including state-sponsored hackers) and Hactivists

    ·         How to manage smartphones in a BYOD (bring your own device) world

    ·         What you must do after a data breach

    ·         Secure computing when you’re on the road


    Panelists:

    Sharon D. Nelson, Esq., President, Sensei Enterprises, Inc., Fairfax, VA

    David G. Ries, Esq., Member, Clark Hill PLC, Pittsburgh, PA

    John W. Simek, Vice-President, Sensei Enterprises, Inc., Fairfax, VA

     

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