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Cybersecurity for Virginia Lawyers

1h 1m

Created on October 26, 2018

Intermediate

Overview

This program is designed to provide a brief overview of the current cybersecurity threats faced by attorneys while illustrating how technology in the practice of law influences an attorney's obligations under the rules of professional responsibility, with a focus on Virginia attorneys.

This program, presented by Darius Davenport, head of Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Practice Group of Crenshaw, Ware & Martin, discusses examples of the effects of data security incidents on law firms, the cost associated with data security incidents, and the practical steps that attorneys need to take to deal with cyber threats.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Gain an overview of current cybersecurity threats faced by attorneys, and examples of the effects of data security incidents on law firms
  2. Explore how technology in the law influences attorneys under the Virginia rules of professional conduct
  3. Develop practical strategies to handle potential cyber threats


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