American Bar Association
Headless Chickens and Zombie Data: Your Ethical Obligations for Disasters and Data Breaches (On-Demand CLE)
Don’t get caught running in circles, with no idea what to do when disaster strikes, whether it’s in the form of hurricanes, floods, or cyberattacks! Law firms must carefully consider how their data will not only be protected against these threats but also ensure its availability post-disaster. Join us as we navigate the roadmaps of recent ABA ethical opinions on this topic and learn how best to prepare for the worst… BEFORE IT HAPPENS!
Ethics in Action: The War Law Firms Are Fighting Against Data Breaches (On-Demand CLE)
Learn to secure your firm against breaches! Join our information security specialists, Sharon D. Nelson and John W. Simek, as they provide an overview of the actors, roles, and impacts of a firm cybersecurity breach.
Disaster Recovery: Ethics and Practical Steps (Online Seminar)
“Disaster planning is especially important for lawyers. Not only is it necessary to protect, preserve, and in extreme cases rebuild one’s practice or firm, lawyers also have special obligations to their clients. Lawyers must represent the client competently and diligently, safeguard the client’s property, and maintain client confidentiality and communications. These obligations are neither excused nor waived following a disaster.” —ABA Special Committee on Disaster Response and Preparedness
Cybersecurity Training for Attorneys and Law Firm Employees (Online Seminar)
Education is the first step in abiding by your ethical duties and protecting your firm from phishing threats and other common cyber-attacks.
Learn how attackers trick people into clicking on links and giving out information—and how you can implement an effective cybersecurity awareness program in your firm, including options such as awareness videos, realistic phishing tests, and more. This practical program will include tips to ensure that you and your employees are educated and an effective part of your “human firewall.”
Fairfax Bar Association
Family Law Section Meeting CLE: What’s Hot in Digital Forensics for Family Lawyers?
Join Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. and John W. Simek of Sensei Enterprises, Inc., on this presentation on the most recent developments and issues in digital forensics related to domestic relations, including: digital evidence from smart phones (types, access, etc.); practical advice for clients; ethical duties for attorneys; restrictions on use; Federal law; and much more!