Cyber Ethics: Technological Competence During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic and the shift to remote work have demonstrated the importance of technology and cybersecurity in the legal profession. Lawyers have an ethical duty to be technologically competent, which includes being familiar with the cyber risks associated with the devices and technologies they use while practicing law remotely.
During this program, Cybersecurity Thought Leaders will discuss the ethical issues and cybersecurity concerns associated with Shadow IT, Business Email Compromise, Multifactor Authentication, and BYOD policies, the four topics covered in the upcoming Key Takeaways report from the Second Annual Cybersecurity Thought Leadership Conference of the Technology and the Legal Profession Committee. The speakers will give practical tips on what lawyers can do satisfy their ethical duty of technological competence while working remotely and communicating with clients and courts through virtual meeting platforms and other technologies.
Gail G. Gottehrer, Esq., Law Office of Gail Gottehrer LLC
Ronald J. Hedges, Esq., Dentons US LLP
Aishwarya Minocha, Stetson Cyber group as a Cybersecurity/IT Auditor
Debbie Reynolds, Debbie Reynolds Consulting
- January 15, 2021
- Online On-Demand