TECH TUESDAY - Business Continuity and Data Security: Protect Yourself Against Disaster
You've been lucky so far, but one data breach could cost you THOUSANDS!! Most businesses in the modern world depend on store data and data management systems to run properly. If a person, an event, or a natural disaster destroy this data, your business may be in big trouble. New ways to breach your computer are constantly being developed , so your security measures must be up-to-date to protect against the latest threats. How secure is your data??
Michael Adams is a managing technology consultant with the New Orleans office of Project Leadership Associates, which specializes in solo and small law firm technology choices. His expertise is virtualization; document management; remote access systems; firm moves, mergers & acquisitions; case management systems; intake & conflict of interest systems; telecommunication installations; time and billing systems; electronic data interchange; workflow and mobile computing. A frequent speaker at LSBA seminars, he has also presented at American Lawyer Media’s LegalTech events and the International Legal Technology Association. He can be found on Twitter @mobilelawblog, via E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (504) 358-8969.
Join us for a Lunch & Learn CLE that will help you identify your vulnerability & provide tips to safe guard your data!!
LSBA Bar Center - LUNCH IS INCLUDED!!
601 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70130
Total Hours: 1
Ethics Hours: 0
Professionalism Hours: 0
LPM Hours: 1
The fee includes electronic course materials, seminar attendance and lunch.
This program has been approved for a maximum of 1 hour of CLE credit, including 1 hour of Law Practice Management.
Important Note: A link to the seminar materials will be emailed to you prior to the seminar; we suggest you print the materials in advance and bring them with you. The link will be sent to the email address of record you provided to the LSBA. If you choose to review the materials from your laptop, we strongly suggest you charge your laptop battery, as electrical outlets may be limited. Internet access will not be available in the meeting room.