With personal client information frequently in their possession, legal professionals are under immense pressure to protect said information from the growing number of cyber criminals. Because technology alone cannot protect you from a cyber breach, it is essential that law firms understand the importance of developing and implementing an Incident Response (IR) plan. This workshop will demonstrate how to effectively respond to a cyber breach or incident within a law firm and how to mitigate future risk.
This Incident Response – Cyber Attack Response Workshop will cover three areas:
- Overview of Cybersecurity in the Legal Industry
- Incident Response Guidelines
- Live incident response exercise
Wednesday, July 18th
2:00pm – 2:30pm ET
• Best practices for legal professionals implementing incident response plans
• What is an incident response plan?
• Why it is important?
• What should be included on all legal incident response plans?
• Step-by-step incident response tabletop workshop
Mark Sangster, Vice President, Strategic Marketing at eSentire
Mark Sangster is an industry security strategist and cybersecurity evangelist who researches, speaks and writes about cybersecurity as it relates to regulations, ethical obligations, data breach incident response and cyber risk management. Mark’s 20-year career was established with industry giants like Intel, Cisco, and BlackBerry, where he worked on the first secure devices for government agencies. Mark continues to build mutually-beneficial relationships with regulatory agencies and industry associations, drawing on his strong technical aptitude and intuitive understanding of information security.
As an ILTA Council Member, Mark regularly attends legal tech conferences, delivering talks and workshops—including a 23-stop ILTA roadshow in 2017—and leads topical webinars focusing on the cybersecurity challenges facing the legal industry. Mark is also a member of the American Bar Association (ABA), Income Security Advocacy Centre (ISAC) and the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA), and a National Law Journal award recipient (2016).
Please note, this is a non-CLE webinar.
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