CLE – Cybersecurity, Law, and Ethics: Protect Yourself, Your Firm, Clients and Family
Cybersecurity, Law, and Ethics: Protect Yourself, Your Firm, Clients and Family
February 29, 2024
12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Presented by John Bandler, Esq.
1.5 Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Protection-Ethics Credits
$55 for members, $65 for non-members
This program will be presented virtually via Zoom. Link and materials will be sent the day before the program.
Cybercrime threatens everyone professionally and personally, reasonable cybersecurity is now a legal requirement for many and an ethical requirement for attorneys. New York State has even created a new continuing legal education (CLE) requirement for Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Protection. Prevention of cybercrime remains the goal, so we discuss that in depth. Rules on security, detection, investigation, and reporting are evolving, and there are lawyers, individuals, and organizations who may not be aware of them, do not know where to start, or need more knowledge. Lawyers need to take measures to protect themselves, clients, and employees, and advise clients on these complicated issues. All organizations need to take similar measures to safeguard and secure their systems and protect confidential information. All of us can play a role to properly guide the evolving areas of law with respect to cybersecurity, cybercrime, and privacy. Incidents may still happen, and proper incident response and investigation is now also a requirement. This presentation is for all attorneys, for any level of technical knowledge or skill. To learn more about this course and our presenter, please visit https://johnbandler.com/cybersecurity-law-ethics-cle-for-dcba-2024/.
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