How do you as a lawyer working remotely meet your ethical duties of competence, confidentiality and supervision? And how do you make sure your tech systems are secure?
This one-hour program — sponsored by Attorney's Insurance Mutual of the South — looks at model ethics rules applicable to the remote environment and the realities of cybersecurity, including how to recognize phishing emails, how to avoid ransomware attacks and how to protect electronic devices. Birmingham lawyer J.S. Chris Christie with Sirote & Permutt PC digs into the specifics with actual examples of security compromises and provides recommendations for protecting yourself and your firm.
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This was a very relevant presentation. Cyber security breaches are a real threat. I will discuss instituting some of the safeguards the presenter suggested with my company.
Excellent program. Well presented.
Very timely discussion and several points I had not thought about
Great reminders and new info on how to work safe
This program will be filed for Tennessee CLE credit. Please email a request to email@example.com for Georgia and Mississippi CLE credit.