Cyber Attacks, Security and Obligations
When: October 29, 2021
Speaker: Violet Sullivan, Esq.
Need some ethics credit this year? As the world becomes more digitally interconnected and technology-driven, cyber threats make businesses and consumers increasingly vulnerable to harm. Regardless of the industry, securing sensitive information is a top priority. Lawyers of course have an ethical duty to protect clients' sensitive information, but also a responsibility to the organizations we serve as it relates to litigation management.
Tune in for this impactful presentation that uses real-world, recent cyberattacks to demonstrate how you should safeguard client information and be effectively prepared for a cybersecurity event.
Ms. Sullivan is an industry-leading cybersecurity and privacy attorney and Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) who has provided thousands of clients with pre- and post-incident services. Her expertise in preparing businesses for cyber incidents and managing scaled breach responses has made her a trusted authority for public and private sector clients, including many Fortune 100 companies. She frequently facilitates customized tabletop simulations focused on “pressure-testing” an organization’s incident response procedures and she is an established speaker on cybersecurity awareness. Ms. Sullivan also serves as a professor of Cybersecurity & Privacy Law for Baylor Law School’s LL.M. Program, where her focus on litigation management has made her course especially valuable to general counsels and leading law firms nationwide.
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Cost is $15 for PCBA members and $25 for non-PCBA members.