Moving core infrastructure systems to the cloud has always had obstacles. While systems like Exchange and Law firms are often considered a soft target when it comes to data security. One in five law firms was hacked last year and six major law firms were hacked in recent history. Law firms are high value targets because they hold troves of clients’ most sensitive information, including:
According to a recent Ponemon Institute research report, more than 30 percent of data breaches come from inside the organization. To remain competitive and comply with data regulations, law firms need to do more to protect client data and close existing security gaps inside and outside the organization. Learn how these trends in data security are changing the role of lawyers in law firms and corporate legal departments. Data security protection is relative to their ethical obligations and professional responsibility and how they must think of their roles in context to information governance at the enterprise level.Bring your Attorneys! The session has been approved for .75 MCLE credit.* Please check-in with reception on the 23rd floor and you will be directed to the 22nd floor conference room.
Matt Brunnquell - Director of Sales, OpenTextKirk Scruggs - Chief Information Officer, Bracewell (via virtual broadcast)