The New Wave of Cyber Attack Techniques are Here. Is your Firm Prepared?

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 62 minutes
Recorded Date: February 03, 2021
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  • The Need to Change Perspective
  • Is the Threat Real?
  • Passwords: The Weakest Link in the Chain
  • Legal Implications
  • Emerging Threats
Runtime: 1 hour, 2 minutes
Recorded: February 3, 2021


Everyone needs to be concerned with cyber-attacks, these days. It’s a myth that only large organizations need to be concerned about hackers trying to get their information.

This program was recorded as part of ALM's Legalweek 2021 Virtual Conference on February 3rd, 2021.

Provided By



Craig Sixta

CISSP, Vice President of Security & Compliance
Element Technologies

Craig Sixta has been assisting organizations in developing best-in-class technology solutions for more than twenty years.

Mr. Sixta was awarded WatchGuard 2018 Project of the Year for designing the State of Minnesota 911 network’s zero-trust firewall system. He is frequently called in to serve as the incident commander for large-scale data breaches and compromises of ultra high-net worth individuals. He also works as a forensics expert and expert witness for a wide variety of cyber incidents. On behalf of his clients, he has successfully collaborated with local and federal law enforcement on multiple occasions in apprehending offenders and recovering stolen funds.

Frequently speaking at industry and trade events on Cyber Security and current threats. He serves as a Principal and Vice President of Security and Compliance for Element Technologies, an IT firm that specializes in developing secure solutions for clients in nearly every industry.

Craig Sixta is a Certified Information System Security Professional, the most globally recognized standard of achievement in the cybersecurity industry.

Elizabeth Benegas

General Counsel

With more than 12 years' experience in legal practice and law firm management, Liz brings in-depth knowledge of the challenges facing lawyers in firm and corporate practices. Liz oversees all legal matters for NetDocuments

David Hansen

Vice President of Compliance

David Hansen leads NetDocuments’ Security Compliance department, which includes management of annual ISO 27001, 27017, and 27018 certifications and Type 2 SOC 2 audits, development of policies, implementation of procedures, auditing operational and security compliance, and helping customers and prospects understand NetDocuments’ security architecture. David has over 25 years of experience in finance, HR, marketing, IT operations, and federal legislation. His experience is supported by degrees in communications, accounting, and journalism and by being a Certified Public Accountant. David lives with his wife and three children outside of Park City. UT.

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