Effective information security is no longer the exclusive responsibility of the IT department. The weakest link in the security chain continues to be our people. Lawyers and staff alike (in fact, everyone with a login) are targets for cyber criminals. Not only are clients’ private and confidential information at risk, the reputation of the firm could suffer irreversible damage if a data breach were to become public.
Join us and see why 93,000 lawyers and their staff are taking a programmatic approach to change the underlying behaviors that put their firms at risk. Learn how to create and sustain a culture of security at your firm. Move from a reactive to a proactive security posture with risk assessment, social engineering and penetration testing, vendor management, audit preparation, and business continuity planning. Then consider installing a Virtual Information Security Officer if a full time ISO isn’t practical for your firm.
Joe Buser has 29 years of information technology experience, the last 16 as Director of Business Development for Traveling Coaches, an ALA business partner specializing in the adoption of technology to improve performance and return on investment. He has worked with hundreds of law firms and corporate legal departments around the world, crafting unique solutions to realize their goals for learning and development. Joe is a regular presenter at local, regional, and national events, speaking on topics ranging from talent development to information security; the evolution of the legal secretary to effective change management.