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Smells Like Teen Hackers: The Secret Origin Story of American Cybersecurity (03/30/2021)

Program Number: 3178 Presenter: David Kalat

This webinar explores how fictional scares and even more worrisome “stranger than fiction” scares in 1983 led to the enactment of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFA) and the Computer Security Act of 1987. The historical framing is used to explain why certain limitations or peculiar features of these laws were enacted. This discussion also examines criticisms of these computer security laws by civil libertarians and privacy advocates, and ways in which the laws have been challenged and amended to address those critiques. In many ways, the secret origin story of American cybersecurity begins in 1983, when the very idea of computer crimes seemed to many like science fiction. Personal computers were still a novelty, and the only users of the Internet were government scientists. But U.S. defense analysts foresaw risks from hostile governments like Russia, as well as terrorists and criminals, not to mention mischief from garden variety hackers. Their

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Social Media and the Lifecycle of the Attorney/Client Relationship (03/08/2021)

Program Number: 3145 Presenter: Dr. Sharon Meit Abrahams, Jan L. Jacobowitz, Esq., Lucian T. Pera, Esq.

Social media has become an integral part of our society. The Pew Research Center reports that approximately 70% of the adult population uses social media, and it even impacts the lives of those who elect not to engage. Lawyers’ clients are awash in social media, so it is no surprise that every stage of the life cycle of an attorney-client relationship may involve a lawyer’s need not only to explore the social media terrain, but also to understand both the benefits and dangerous landmines that await the uninformed. Join our discussion with two seasoned legal ethics lawyers to explore both the necessity of employing social media and the potential ethical perils of lawyers on social media. Topics include the use of social media in advertising; investigating all aspects of a case from a potential client’s claim to discovering information about the opposing parties, witnesses, jurors, and judges; and finally,

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One Step Ahead of the Bad Guys: Preventing and Responding to Ransomware Attack (02/12/2021)

Program Number: 3139 Presenter: Tony Kirtley, Jena M. Valdetero, Esq

It seems you can’t read the news without seeing a story about another company who fell victim to a ransomware attack. This CLE will cover the legal landscape of preventing a ransomware, including regulatory requirements concerning minimum cybersecurity measures, and responding to a ransomware attack, including how to comply with the patchwork of laws governing data breaches and recent U.S. Treasury warnings on paying a threat actor. You’ll also hear from a forensic investigation specialist for inside tips on preventing and responding to ransomware attacks from a technical perspective.

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Is Financial Crime Going Viral? Money Laundering, Fraud and Ponzi Schemes in the Pandemic Era (01/26/2021)

Program Number: 3136 Presenter: Ross S. Delston, Timothy Dunfey, Esq.

Financial crime is a constant whatever the era but in times of crisis criminals become even more creative. Coronavirus ‘cures’, PPEs, testing and vaccines all present attractive opportunities for fraudsters to take advantage of our collective anxiety by selling fakery. Ponzi schemes, a ubiquitous phenomenon, often come to light in times of financial crisis since old investors demand redemption and new investors are hard for fraudsters to find. Finally, in the pandemic, trade-based money laundering, another common criminal scheme, can be used to greater effect due to price gyrations and scarcity in previously available goods and commodities. Learning Objectives: • Distinctions between and among different types of fraud, money laundering and other financial crime; • How to recognize commonly used financial crime schemes; • Why red flags are crucial to legal practitioners in banking, securities, contract, M&A, and consumer fields; Topics are targeted to attorneys in the regulatory, compliance, litigation and criminal

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Lessons in Disaster: Learning from Law Firm Cyber Breaches (02/23/2021)

Program Number: 3134 Presenter: Mark Sangster

Given an outcome, we often exaggerate our ability to predict and therefore avoid the same fate. In cybersecurity, this misconception can lead to a false sense of corporate security, or worse, bury the true causes of incidents and lead to repeated data breaches or business disrupting cyber incidents. In this session, we will explore real-world incidents and threats to assemble an actionable cyber resilience framework that adapts to distributed assets, remote workers, and virtual workloads.

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Targeting Law Firms: Inside the Cyber Criminal Economy (01/22/2021)

Program Number: 3133 Presenter: Mark Sangster

Law firms are a proven target for everything from smash-and-grab, fraudulent wire transfers, to sophisticated and elaborate schemes designed to garner a huge criminal payday after crippling your firm. Unfortunately, most firms don’t take the threat seriously or see their adversary as opportunistic amateurs. The reality is, a robust cybercriminal economy exists to bring together experts in phishing lures, intrusion and exfiltration of data, malware deployment and detonation, the fencing of stolen data and laundering of ransoms. Mark Sangster cybersecurity expert and author of “No Safe Harbor: The Inside Truth About Cybercrime and How to Protect Your Business” as he exposes the economic operations and technical apparatus behind real world cyberattacks, and provides a lightweight framework that law firms can protect their business and clients.

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What is “Authorized Access” and How Do Employers Deal with Misuse of Access Credentials Post-VanBuren vs United States (02/03/2021)

Program Number: 3122 Presenter: Michelle A. Schaap, Esq.

As this summary is being written on December 1, 2020, the United States Supreme Court is considering the fate of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”) in Van Buren v. United States. CFAA had been used by employers in certain circuit courts successfully to hold employees accountable for misuse and/or misappropriation of employers’ data to which the employees were otherwise authorized to access in the course of their employment. At the time this program is presented, we expect the Court will have rendered its ruling in Van Buren. Regardless of the fate of the CFAA, employers can and should employ other means, statutorily, contractually, and technologically, to protect their trade secrets and other confidential and proprietary information from misuse, exfiltration and alteration. Moreover, for employers who are attorneys, they are ethically required to not only keep client information confidential, but to stay abreast technology that may facilitate the protection of

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Evaluating a Vendor's Privacy Practices: The Rise of the Vendor Privacy Assessment Questionnaire (01/13/2021)

Program Number: 3102 Presenter: Karin E. Ross, Esq., David A. Zetoony, Esq.

Many companies have institutionalized the practice of conducting due diligence on their vendors’ security practices. A familiar component of the diligence process is to have a vendor complete a security assessment questionnaire or SAQ . Historically, vendor privacy due diligence has been a less common phenomena. New cases, statutes, rules, and regulations are changing that. The program will discuss the growing need and upward trend for conducting privacy due diligence in light of the European court of justice decision in Schrems II, the CCPA, and the CPRA. It will also provide in-house counsel with practical insights into what to include in a privacy assessment questionnaire, and how to institutionalize the practice of conducting them

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Cyber Considerations in the Time of Covid-19 (03/27/2020)

Program Number: 3097 Presenter: Scot Lippenholz, Jena M. Valdetero, Esq

Please join data security legal counsel and a leading forensic investigator for an empowering discussion of cyber considerations for companies in light of Covid-19. Attendees will hear about recent Covid-19 cyber threats and how to address them, how in-house counsel can prepare for a data breach in a remote work environment, and how incident response teams can address the myriad legal issues arising from a data breach.

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Digital Risks and Digital Duties: Finding a Standard of Care in Cyberspace - Part 1 (05/28/2020)

Program Number: 3090 Presenter: Michael A. Goode, Esq., James M. Paulino II, Esq.

In this two-part presentation, we will begin by discussing the patchwork of data privacy statutes, regulations and case law in an effort to define the baseline for reasonable security measures, and then apply these standards to recent breach events in the medical, construction, agricultural, retail, manufacturing, financial and legal industries to highlight common security failures, and opportunities for improvement. At the conclusion of the presentation, we will discuss best practices to consider to assist in reducing the risk of data breach incidences as well as the potential exposure in the event an incident occurs.

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