PART 1 Instilling Cyber Security Best Practices at Home and in the Office
Information security and data privacy have become a focal point for law firms over the past year. Hackers, intent on capitalizing on stolen data have found it increasingly more difficult to attack financial institutions directly. Recognizing the vast repositories of information often stored within law firms they are concentrating their efforts on attacking them. Unfortunately, most law firms security defenses are not up to the same level as the clients they represent. Deploying security tools designed to shore up a firm's defenses represents only one aspect of a security program; where most organizations fail is end user education. During this session we will explore how hackers target users, trick them into defeating technology, and how best to educate your workforce.
Presenter Bio -- Craig Lucca Craig has over 18 years’ experience in security and technology and has developed security strategies for Sempra Energy Trading, GE and Bloomberg LP. He is recognized as a thought leader and has offered subject matter expertise to various local, state and federal governmental agencies. In addition he has contributed to the development of numerous security products in use today. Craig is the current Director of IT security for Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz.
PART II Copyright Law for Trainers
Baila Celedonia and Sylvia Moritz will be presenting a short program on copyright law and how it effects training. Baila will explain what copyright law is, what it protects and what information can be shared amongst trainers without violating the law. Sylvia will focus on our work as trainers and how it is typically “work for hire” and belongs to the firms for whom we work.