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Cybersecurity Fundamentals: What You Need to Know to Stay Compliant & Current in a Changing Landscape

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Produced on August 25, 2020

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Course Information

Time 1h
Difficulty Intermediate
Topics covered in this course: Privacy & Cybersecurity

Course Description

Perhaps in no other area of the law does the landscape change faster than cybersecurity. As attorneys, it is important to understand the fundamentals of cybersecurity law, particularly when it comes to data breach protection, incident response, and business recovery. It is also vital to stay current on developments in the field, and keep apprised of changes in insurance coverage, regulatory changes, or court intervention. Kellam T. Parks of Parks Zeigler, PLLC will provide the foundation attorneys need to stay compliant and current in today’s cybersecurity landscape by providing an overview of the current regulatory framework governing data privacy, reviewing the critical components of data breach avoidance plans and incident response plans, surveying recent challenges in cybersecurity insurance, and much more.



Learning Objectives:

  1. Examine the current regulatory framework governing data privacy
  2. Identify the key parts to a Data Breach Avoidance Plan and an Incident Response Plan
  3. Review the cybersecurity insurance landscape and challenges
  4. Discuss litigation trends, particularly attorney-work product doctrine relating to hired cybersecurity consultants 

Credit Information

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Faculty

Kellam T. Parks

Parks Zeigler, PLLC

Kellam T. Parks is a managing member of Parks Zeigler, PLLC in Virginia Beach, which is a paperless, technologically-driven law practice. He obtained his B.A. in Philosophy with Honors, Summa Cum Laude from St. Andrews University in North Carolina and earned his J.D. from the Marshall-Wythe College of Law at William and Mary. Kellam is a Tidewater native and has been practicing there for over 19 years. Kellam is active with the Virginia State Bar, currently chairing the Special Committee on Technology and the Future Practice of Law Technology. He is a member of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, the Virginia Beach Bar Association, and the Norfolk/Portsmouth Bar Association, where he serves on the executive committee. Kellam frequently writes and speaks about the modernization and use of technology in the practice of law, including such topics as ethics, electronically-stored information, and practice management/marketing. While his firm handles a wide variety of legal matters, Kellam focuses his practice on Cybersecurity/Data Privacy, Credit Reporting, and Civil Litigation.



Reviews

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Richard P.

Outstanding CLE--great presenter!!

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Elizabeth F.

very interesting that there is not Federal law.

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Gwenn L.

Interesting.

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Paul S.

Excellent course on a timely topic.

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Kathryn A.

Great presenter.

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Maria M.

Comprehensive, relevant, and current Virginia-specific information. Thanks!

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Lee E.

good course

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Warren M.

Nice job!!

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Catherine E.

Extremely detailed and informative info on cybersecurity for lawyers

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Harry N.

Excellent.

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gerald c.

excellent

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Tom D.

Great presentation!

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Sarah D.

Great and practical advice.

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Kristy P.

Material is very specialized.

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Georgian P.

Great presentation! Interesting subject. Speaker/Attorney was a knowledgeable and effective communicator. Highly recommend.

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