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Data Security and Privacy for Lawyers

Understand cybersecurity threats law firms face and begin applying the top ten security recommendations from a Certified Information Privacy Professional to protect both your clients and your firm and to meet your ethical obligations for competence, confidentiality, and communication.
Credits: 0 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 1 Other PR
SKU: INT2200-R
$50.00
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Because law firms store and transmit large quantities of sensitive data, they are tempting targets for ransomware and other cyberattacks. Moreover, hackers recognize that small and medium-sized firms may not have sophisticated data security protocols in place. This multimedia-rich module asks learners to self-evaluate their firm’s cybersecurity profile, to review the ethical obligations attorneys have for enhancing data security, to engage with hypotheticals on protecting client data and instituting firm-wide cybersecurity training programs, and to consider security recommendations from a Certified Information Privacy Professional.

With over an hour of audio-visual content presented in topical segments, interactive hypotheticals, and a self-evaluation of your firm’s current cybersecurity profile, this dynamic learning experience is designed to meet “just-in-time” practice needs and to fulfill annual MCLE requirements.

Because law firms store and transmit large quantities of sensitive data, they are tempting targets for ransomware and other cyberattacks. Moreover, hackers recognize that small and medium-sized firms may not have sophisticated data security protocols in place. This multimedia-rich module asks learners to self-evaluate their firm’s cybersecurity profile, to review the ethical obligations attorneys have for enhancing data security, to engage with hypotheticals on protecting client data and instituting firm-wide cybersecurity training programs, and to consider security recommendations from a Certified Information Privacy Professional.

With over an hour of audio-visual content presented in topical segments, interactive hypotheticals, and a self-evaluation of your firm’s current cybersecurity profile, this dynamic learning experience is designed to meet “just-in-time” practice needs and to fulfill annual MCLE requirements.

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