A Lawyer's Guide to Cybersecurity and Electronically Stored Information - Video Replay Grand Juncti

April 2018
 
A Lawyer’s Guide to Cybersecurity and Electronically Stored Information
 
Attorneys have ethical obligations to protect sensitive client information, no matter the size of your firm or organization. The legal industry is facing an unprecedented cybersecurity challenge and attorneys need to know their responsibilities when it comes to cloud computing, email, social media, and database management.    

Program Highlights:
 
- Data Security, Ethical Obligations for Client Data and Practical Insights
- Lessons Learned from the Cybersecurity Breaches and the Dark Web
- A Guide to Discovery and Admission of Electronically-Stored Information/Evidence ESI: Where Ethical Decision Points and Metadata Meet
 
Thoughts on this insightful program from other attorneys:
“Perhaps the most useful and interesting CLE I have ever watched. Content and presenters were exceptional.”
“Oriented to attorneys of all types, whether Luddites or Technology Geeks.”
“Gave me things to think about – how I provide information, digital safeguarding, etc.”
“I have long been concerned about these issues and have worked to try to minimize data mining, etc. This was helpful.”
  
Program Description:
Advances in technology are bringing huge changes to the way attorneys practice law. The combination of mobile devices and cloud computing means that attorneys now have the technology to access their work data with any device, at any time, as long as they have an Internet connection.  These new technologies create threats to the confidentiality of client data and ethics rules impose duties on attorneys to protect client confidences. They also require attorneys to practice competently and to supervise office staff and third parties with access to client data. The operation of these rules require attorneys and law firms to implement reasonable information security practices to protect the confidentiality of client data. The failure to protect client data may lead to attorney discipline or malpractice liability. Information security is not just a “technology issue” that can be delegated without supervision to information technology support staff. Attorneys themselves have an obligation to manage and oversee the security function in their firms.
 
Attorneys have ethical obligations to protect sensitive client information, no matter the size of your firm or organization. The legal industry is facing an unprecedented cybersecurity challenge and attorneys need to know their responsibilities when it comes to cloud computing, email, social media, and database management.   

AGENDA:
 
8:30 am – 9:00 am:
Registration
 
9:00 am – 9:10 am:
Welcome & Introduction
 
9:10 am – 10:00 am:
Data Security, Ethical Obligations for Client Data and Practical Insights
This session explores lawyer duties to safeguard client information in our possession and the possession of those with whom we provide legal services. Topics include the rules of professional conduct, cases and ethics opinions, demonstrations of real-life data losses and practical insights about what attorneys can and must do.
 
10:00 am – 10:10 am:
Break
 
10:10 am – 11:50 am:
Lessons Learned from Cybersecurity Breaches and the Dark Web
This session provides an overview of cybersecurity developments, including fraud, hacking, credit card theft and spear phishing. Learn what to be aware of and the steps available to minimize risk for you and your clients.
        
11:50 am – 12:00 pm:
Q&A
 
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm:
Lunch (on your own)
 
1:00 pm – 1:50 pm:
Lessons Learned From the Cybersecurity Breaches and the Dark Web (continued)
 
1:50 pm – 2:00 pm:
Break
 
2:00 pm – 3:40 pm:
A Guide to Discovery and Admission of Electronically-Stored Information/Evidence ESI: Where Ethical Decision Points and Metadata Meet
This session considers Electronically Stored Information (“ESI”) through the lens of the civil discovery rules. Topics include metadata, timelines, discovery and admission of ESI.  
 
3:40 pm – 4:00 pm:
Q&A
 
4:00 pm:
Adjourn
Location Information
Law Office of Baird B Brown PC
1250 E Sherwood Dr
Grand Junction, CO
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Registration Fees
CBA Member $329.00
ELITE Pass Holder $0.00
New Lawyer Edge Partner $0.00
Non Member $359.00
Paralegal/Legal Support Staff $229.00
  • General Credits: 6.00
  • Ethics Credits: 3.00
Start Date - End Date
May 09, 2018
Start Time - End Time
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Event Location
Law Office of Baird B Brown PC
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