"Cyber Security: Recent trends in techniques to attack corporate or personal information," Think Like a Lawyer, Talk Like a Geek 2016: Get Fluent in Technology, Practising Law Institute Seminar, November 2016.
- How cyber criminals are defeating corporate security systems
- Has cloud computing created greater risk or better security?
- What is ransomware and how may a company be victimized?
- Will the Internet of Things undermine personal privacy?
- Personal security and geolocation technology
- Trends in state and federal cyber security legislation
- Recent trends in litigation arising from data breaches
For more information regarding the seminar and to register, please click here.
Friday, November 18, 2016
New York City and Live Webcast
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