Cybersecurity, Data Loss Prevention and Litigation

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Course Description

This program was recorded on October 18, 2016

This course provides practical information that you can incorporate into your practice in helping to protect and prepare your firm, your organization, or your clients to respond to data privacy and security incidents, data loss, and to provide a defensible position for any potential resultant litigation. In this course, I will provide an overview of the network of rules and regulations that form the United States privacy laws, discuss the types of incidents that you may face within your own firm or organization that your clients may face, discuss how you can take steps to prevent or mitigate a potential breach, what you need to do to be prepared for the inevitable, and how you can position your organization or firm to be in the best most defensible position post-breach.



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  • Alia Luria
    Alia Luria joined Akerman after a prior career working for multiple startup companies as a web developer and software engineer. Alia has software experience in web-based application development spanning a range of industries, including the telecommunications, entertainment, and business-to-business services industries. Alia's experience spans various platforms utilizing a number of programming and scripting languages and software tools. Alia utilizes this experience when advising clients on corporate, intellectual property licensing, data privacy and security, and internet law issues. Alia's practice focuses on transactions involving general corporate matters, intellectual property matters, cyberlaw, private equity financing, and tax matters. Alia also has experience representing lenders in connection with banking and securitization transactions.

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    1. What is Data Privacy?
    2. Basics of Applicable Privacy Law
    3. Cyber Attacks
    4. What Pre-emptive Steps Can Law Firms and Organizations Take to Mitigate a Data Breach?
    5. What Do You Do When a Breach Occurs?
    6. Defensibility with Respect to Data

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