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Cyber Crime and Security — How Can Training Help? NOTE CHANGE FROM USUAL DATE

  • 04 Nov 2016
  • 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Paul Hastings, MetLife Bldg, 200 Park Ave.

Registration

  • Members associated with a law firm in the greater New York metropolitan area, which includes the tri-state area of New Jersey, Connecticut and New York; up to 3 concurrent members at the same firm.
  • Members associated with a vendor or independent consultants that provide technology services to law firms in the greater New York metropolitan area, which includes the tri-state area of New Jersey, Connecticut and New York; up to 3 concurrent members at the same organization.
  • Non-members may attend one meeting per year and are charged a fee of $15.

Registration is closed

Cyber Crime and Security — How Can Training Help? 

Panel Discussion

A security law attorney and two Heads of Security at law firms will discuss the current state of cyber-crime and security at law firms and how trainers can take an active role. 

Panelists:

Craig Besnoy, Technology & Privacy Attorney
Eric Puente, Head of Information Security, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
Tash Wahid, Manager of Information Security, Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP

Moderators:

John Attinger, Director of Training and Security, Capensys
Cynthia Bradshaw, Manager of Client Services, Capensys

This meeting also serves as the annual meeting of the corporation. 2017 Board Elections will take place at this meeting!

PLEASE NOTE: Our event host firm Paul Hastings has moved to the MetLife building. 

THIS IS A CHANGE FROM THE USUAL DATE due to Veterans Day occurring on the 2nd Friday of November.

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