Cyber-Security Made Simple: A Guide to Protect Personal Information and Clients’ Information from Cyber-criminals & Review of New York’s New Cyber-Security Law Requirements
November 4 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree – $75
Monday, November 4, 2019
6:00 – 8:00PM
1 Professional Practice &
1 Ethics MCLE Credits
Everyone faces the risk of identity theft, but attorneys have a fiduciary obligation to protect their clients’ information. Attorneys are required to defend their digital files from an array of cyber-attacks, from viruses to phishing scams to other forms of social engineering. This program will identify the standard of care attorneys must use to protect their clients’ information, potential liability for failure to meet that standard, and steps attorneys can take to protect their clients and themselves. The program will also cover the requirements imposed by New York’s latest cyber-security legislation, the SHIELD Act, set to take effect March 21, 2020.
BBA Member $50
Student Member $10
Government/Nonprofit Attorney $40
Loyalty Pass Holder FREE**
+$20 for walk-up registration
**For information on our pre-paid Loyalty Pass, please contact Jen Bryan at 718-624-0675 ext. 209.
Brooklyn Bar Association’s Computer Technology Committee
Chair – Daniel R. Antonelli, Esq.
Vice Chair – Boris Kogan, Esq.
Vice Chair – Pamela Walker, Esq.