#SenseiSherlock thanked Rochelle Washington of the DC Bar for introducing Sharon and John today before they gave a presentation on the ethics of dealing with disasters and data breaches/security incidents.
The Adventures of Sensei's Sherlock
#SenseiSherlock said he learned a lot from watching a MASS LOMAP webinar on “A Legal Professional’s Guide to Securing Your Home Network”, presented by Sharon and Sensei CEO Mike Maschke.
#SenseiSherlock was delighted to have Sean Sanderlin, the Director of IT for the Coblentz law firm, introduce Sharon and John as they presented live demos of hacking and spoofing phone numbers, among many other topics.
Maggie Callicrate, the COO of the Coblentz law firm in San Francisco, was delighted to reunite with #SenseiSherlock as Sharon and John presented on “The Hacker’s Manifesto” and other cybersecurity topics.
#SenseiSherlock thanked Francine Millman, the Technology Project and Training Manager of Coblentz Patch Duffy & Bass in San Francisco, as Sharon and John ran through a practice run of live cybersecurity demos for six training sessions for firm employees.
#SenseiSherlock thanked Marley Lybrand, the Assistant CLE Director of the South Carolina Bar, for all her help organizing Sharon and John’s three presentations for the South Carolina Bar.
#SenseiSherlock enjoyed a wonderful dinner with Mike Polk, chair of the South Carolina Bar Technology Committee, who is moderating the three presentations that Sharon and John are giving to the SC Bar on ethical competence, ethics after a disaster recovery or data breach and the future of law practice.
#SenseiSherlock was very studious about today’s cybersecurity training for Ertman Law – he commented on how this presentation is updated ALL the time.
#SenseiSherlock thanked Greenblum & Bernstein’s John Miller for his many thoughtful questions during Sharon and John’s cybersecurity training.
Virginia Law Foundation Board member Margaret Nelson was delighted to visit with #SenseiSherlock at the Foundation’s Annual Holiday Luncheon.