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Data Security for Lawyers: Sensibly Protecting Information in Unusual Times

Data security, cybersecurity, digital assets, encyrption -- the ethical practice of law now requires attorneys to understand these issues and how they may affect the privacy and security of their offices, their clients, and their staff. This program examines how these concerns fit in the context of the Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct and also how lawyers can take practical steps to protect themselves and their clients.
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Moderator: James A. Doppke, Jr., Robinson Stewart Montgomery & Doppke LLC , Chicago


An Overview of the Privacy & Security Landscape
Understand the legal landscape regarding privacy and security in 2020. Learn exactly what “data privacy and security” mean. Do attorneys have special obligations? Get tips for best practices you should follow within your firm as well as personally.
Michael Kozlowski, Esbrook Law LLC, Chicago

Data Control: Legal Ethics of Cybersecurity
The Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct (“IRPC”) require that lawyers stay up to speed on the benefits and risks of technology. But what do they require lawyers to do, exactly? This session will discuss the relevant IRPCs, how to apply those rules in both small and large firm environments, and the best ways to supervise the data security of employees, assistants, and vendors.
James A. Doppke, Jr., Robinson Stewart Montgomery & Doppke LLC, Chicago
Chad Main, Percipient LLC, Chicago

Cybersecurity for Lawyers: Practical Tips and Reminders
Lawyers and law firms can be attractive targets for cyber-attacks. Learn some practical tips and suggestions for data handling and cybersecurity best practices to implement in your day-to-day.
Julia K. Kadish, Sheppard Mullin, Chicago

Scams, Schemes & Frauds – Protecting Yourself and Your Clients
Lawyers and law firms are not immune to creative fraud schemes. Particularly in these uncertain times, how can you recognize these schemes and make sure your clients are informed as well? What should you do if you’ve identified a scam?
Steven M. Wernikoff, Honigman LLP, Chicago

Don’t Forget Paper (and other Physical Media) in the Digital World 
Cybersecurity rightly gets lots of attention – but it’s important to protect information in paper or other physical form as well. Understand risks to physical documents, including those that can be heightened in a work-from-home environment, and best practices for mitigating those risks.
Elizabeth A. Khalil, CRCM, CAMS, CIPM, CIPP/C/E/US, CIBC, Chicago

Hot Topics and Your Questions about Data Security and other Tech Issues Answered!
Since there is SO much information, we want to make sure we have time to answer YOUR questions! We will also address additional hot topics which didn’t get covered in earlier sessions.
Panel Moderator: Michael Kozlowski, Esbrook Law LLC, Chicago
Panelists: James A. Doppke, Jr., Robinson Stewart Montgomery & Doppke LLC, Chicago
Julia K. Kadish, Sheppard Mullin, Chicago
Elizabeth A. Khalil, CRCM, CAMS, CIPM, CIPP/C/E/US, CIBC, Chicago
Chad Main, Percipient LLC, Chicago
Steven M. Wernikoff, Honigman LLP, Chicago

Adjourn

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Moderator: James A. Doppke, Jr., Robinson Stewart Montgomery & Doppke LLC , Chicago


An Overview of the Privacy & Security Landscape
Understand the legal landscape regarding privacy and security in 2020. Learn exactly what “data privacy and security” mean. Do attorneys have special obligations? Get tips for best practices you should follow within your firm as well as personally.
Michael Kozlowski, Esbrook Law LLC, Chicago

Data Control: Legal Ethics of Cybersecurity
The Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct (“IRPC”) require that lawyers stay up to speed on the benefits and risks of technology. But what do they require lawyers to do, exactly? This session will discuss the relevant IRPCs, how to apply those rules in both small and large firm environments, and the best ways to supervise the data security of employees, assistants, and vendors.
James A. Doppke, Jr., Robinson Stewart Montgomery & Doppke LLC, Chicago
Chad Main, Percipient LLC, Chicago

Cybersecurity for Lawyers: Practical Tips and Reminders
Lawyers and law firms can be attractive targets for cyber-attacks. Learn some practical tips and suggestions for data handling and cybersecurity best practices to implement in your day-to-day.
Julia K. Kadish, Sheppard Mullin, Chicago

Scams, Schemes & Frauds – Protecting Yourself and Your Clients
Lawyers and law firms are not immune to creative fraud schemes. Particularly in these uncertain times, how can you recognize these schemes and make sure your clients are informed as well? What should you do if you’ve identified a scam?
Steven M. Wernikoff, Honigman LLP, Chicago

Don’t Forget Paper (and other Physical Media) in the Digital World 
Cybersecurity rightly gets lots of attention – but it’s important to protect information in paper or other physical form as well. Understand risks to physical documents, including those that can be heightened in a work-from-home environment, and best practices for mitigating those risks.
Elizabeth A. Khalil, CRCM, CAMS, CIPM, CIPP/C/E/US, CIBC, Chicago

Hot Topics and Your Questions about Data Security and other Tech Issues Answered!
Since there is SO much information, we want to make sure we have time to answer YOUR questions! We will also address additional hot topics which didn’t get covered in earlier sessions.
Panel Moderator: Michael Kozlowski, Esbrook Law LLC, Chicago
Panelists: James A. Doppke, Jr., Robinson Stewart Montgomery & Doppke LLC, Chicago
Julia K. Kadish, Sheppard Mullin, Chicago
Elizabeth A. Khalil, CRCM, CAMS, CIPM, CIPP/C/E/US, CIBC, Chicago
Chad Main, Percipient LLC, Chicago
Steven M. Wernikoff, Honigman LLP, Chicago

Adjourn

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