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Why You Should Attend
Legal Services providers are under increasing pressure from government regulators and clients to insure that sensitive client data stored in law firm servers is secure. The Securities and Exchange Commission, for example, is taking a closer look at cybersecurity breaches in public companies – viewing them as fiduciary lapses. Legal services providers, like most vendors, are required to adhere to the same security standards as their clients. Recently, several large law firms formed a coalition for sharing best practices. Modeled on the FS-ISAC (Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center), the coalition is called the Legal Services Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (LS-ISAO) , and is operated under the umbrella of the FS-ISAC. Join PLI’s expert faculty to learn more about the technical, ethical, and security challenges legal services face in guarding against cyberattacks.
What You Will Learn
- Best cybersecurity practices for attorneys, law firms and law departments
- SEC regulation of public companies and law firms in the context of cybersecurity
- Special cybersecurity regulations and risks for law firms with banking/financial services clients
- How can law firms that work with the SEC and banking/financial services clients combat cybersecurity issues
Who Should Attend
This program is geared toward attorneys and related professionals working in law firms, legal services providers and in-house who are interested or responsible for maintaining client privacy and securing client data.
Program Level: Overview
Intended Audience: In-house counsel, outside attorneys, and related professionals responsible for maintaining client privacy and securing client data.
Prerequisites: An interest in maintaining client privacy and securing client data.
Advanced Preparation: None