The Law and Cybersecurity, Cybercrime and Cryptocurrencies

Production Date: March 17, 2017 Practice Areas: Discovery & E-Discovery and Privacy & Cybersecurity Estimated Length: 3699 minutes


$ 59 Discovery & E-Discovery and Privacy & Cybersecurity In Stock

This program, taught by Joseph Bambara, an expert and consultant in privacy and cybersecurity, will take a special look at law and technology as it pertains to the intersection of cybersecurity, cybercrime and cryptocurrencies. Recently, we have seen many malware attacks and hacks into large law firms, which have forced these firms to pay Bitcoin (cryptocurrency) ransoms to rescue their data. A recent hacking incident involved Chinese inside traders who broke into two of the most famous law firms, compromising confidential information about Wall Street banks and Fortune 500 companies in matters including lawsuits and multibillion-dollar merger negotiations. These technology trends are rapidly changing the way banking, business and legal transactions are done in the global marketplace.

It is incumbent on all law firms and attorneys to understand the risks and preventative steps that are ethically required to promote cybersecurity within their organizations and thereby prevent and mitigate the effect of cybercrime. This program will explore best practices in cybersecurity, as well as cryptocurrencies, the underlying blockchain technology, and smart contracts.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Analyze the latest trends in malware attacks and cybersecurity breaches
  2. Understand cryptocurrency technology and its intersection with cybersecurity breaches
  3. Identify how attorneys can prevent and mitigate cybercrimes and protect their clients 
Joseph G.
Westlake, OH


Dane R.
Hanover, PA


Amy E.
Weston, FL

dynamic speaker

Cheryl M.
Miami, FL

Very informative

Marta W.
Miami, FL

Very informative.

Harriet B.
Orlando, FL

Excellent presentation; very timely and beneficial for my future knowledge

Kristen D.
Fayetteville, NC

please add more courses on blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies

Gerardo G.
Miami, FL

Good stuff

andrew k.
miami, FL


Barry R.
Middletown, OH

This gentleman was a fantastic presenter.

Stephen L.
Hollywood, FL

Excellent and look forward to more from this speaker

Claude A.
Oakland, CA

More, More. Excellent, excellent presentation and captivating.

Nirav P.
Birmingham, AL

outstanding supplementary content on cybercrime and currencies

Martin M.
Delray Beach, FL

This course would make for a good starting point for a tech ethics course.

Douglas F.
Jupiter, FL


Robert S.
Fort Lauderdale, FL

Excellent topic

Christopher B.
Lancaster, NY

The presenter had an incredible amount of knowledge on the subject matter and was able to cover a significant amount of detail. I believe the program may have worked better as a 90 minute program as there was more than enough content to sustain a program of that length.

nancy d.
Tavares, FL

Really good information...

Joseph L.
Casselberry, FL

WOW. This should scare the crap out of non-computer-literate attorneys. It's going to be the backbone of practice and we have GOT to be literate with this.

Raymond G.
Key Largo, FL

Very good course and speaker.

Lisa O.
Quincy, IL

Outstanding presentation with a lot of new information - very interesting.

Jacob A.
Boca Raton, FL

Very solid. Presenter was focused, knowledgeable and did a fantastic job. One of the best programs I have watched from LawLine

Mabel v.
Miami, FL

The slides were attention getting.

Robert M.
lakeland, FL

Speaker was extremely clear- and it was a first rate presentation.

David B. M.
Orlando, FL

Great overview of a very complex and ever-changing subject.

Meg M.
Evergreen, CO

Speaker was remarkably knowledgeable. These are CLE materials I will actually reference in the future.

Iris G.
Beverly Hills, CA

Fast paced, but very easy to understand, and very interesting.

Chad T.
Louisville, KY

Excellent in-depth knowledge!

Diane H.
Charlestown, MA

Lots of content! Enjoyed it.