We live in a post-Equifax world. When we look back at this time in history, Equifax will be a defining line in cybersecurity regulations. While we have seen a significant number of large-scale breaches (Target, DNC, SEC, etc.), how we approached cybersecurity and how we represent clients pre-Equifax versus post-Equifax needs to change for a variety of reasons.
This CLE will address how and why the landscape of cybersecurity has changed and why it needed to change post-Equifax. We will discuss how security and technology can and should play a role in almost every client representation. From intellectual property to mergers and acquisitions, we will examine how security can play an important role in the everyday practice of law. Panelists explore a number of breaches, including Equifax, and the lessons law firms and all businesses should learn.
Panelists will also deconstruct a cyber incident and what factors contribute to it being designated as a breach. Hear current cyber-regulations, proposed changes in those regulations and how the regulations and the changes will affect the way in which we represent clients.
Did you attend the CLE, Cybersecurity: Top 10 Things Attorneys Need to Consider, then don't miss this follow-up CLE program?