Cybersecurity Ethics for Lawyers: Very Specific Things to Do Today to Be Safer Tomorrow
Created on August 24, 2020
Cybersecurity can be scary for lawyers. And a pandemic and "working" from home can make it scarier. But it doesn't have to be. Join Lucian Pera, Partners at Adams & Reese, for a one-hour discussion of lawyers' ethical obligations for cybersecurity of client confidential information. The course will discuss very specific applications of the ethics rules and obligations, and how they apply to a number of common technology tools used by lawyers and law firms. Attorneys will walk away with specific and tangible suggestions for how to be safer, a little bit at a time, every day.
Provide an in-depth understanding of lawyers' ethical obligations for cybersecurity of client confidential information
Examine how these ethical obligations apply when using common technology tools used by lawyers and law firms
Gain useful tips for safeguarding your client information, and overall operations
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