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93 minutes
Ransomware: Where Do We Go From Here?
Join our expert panelist in a mock ransomware scenario. We will discuss the impact to companies, insurance ramifications and the forensic involvement when an event occurs. The scenario will examine technical response, tactical response and overall incident preparedness.

American Bar Association

$115

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63 minutes
Law Firms and the Scourge of Ransomware: How to Prevent, Detect, Respond and Recover
BitDefender's Mid-Year Threat Landscape Report 2020 showed that ransomware attacks were seven times more prevalent in the first half of 2020 compared to the first half of 2019. But how do law firms get ransomware and how can they defend against it? Join our experts on tips for defending against and responding to ransomware.

American Bar Association

$75

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61 minutes
Ransomware 101 for Lawyers: Protection, Response and Recovery
Join speakers Dave Ries and Sherri Davidoff as they dive into ransomware. They will discuss what ransomware is, what to do if your firm is the victim of an attack, and best practices to prevent an attack.

American Bar Association

$75

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Online Courts and Virtual Litigation, Arbitration & Mediation: Is This The Future?
Technology has driven transformation for many areas of the legal profession aiding with tools covering contract management and e-discovery to cloud based systems and big data and analytics. Yet, dispute resolution has yet to feel the full impact of this transformation. What stage are we currently facing? Where will this take us in the next five years?

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$65

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59 minutes
The Privacy Concerns of the Virtual Workspace
No one could have anticipated that 2020 would be the year that the legal profession went fully virtual. In 2019, we talked as if this was 10 years away. Today, legal departments, law firms and courts all across the world have embraced and implemented these technologies and new working practices. This transformative shift for the legal profession has brought new opportunities and risks for General Counsel. The imposing privacy risks have been quick to appear, but should this impede the move to virtual? In this new digital age, what are the key privacy challenges and how can we tackle these so they do not impede the digital movement?

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$65

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Reducing Risk in Remote Legal Operations
In this session we will break down the key risks exposed by remote work and how cloud-based, automated contract management can help legal teams.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$65

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56 minutes
Leveraging AI to Combat IP Theft
The cloning of online marketplaces and eCommerce sites that peddle in illegal merchandise and counterfeits is proliferating and nearly impossible to track on a manual basis. In this session, we turn the tables on these illicit operators. We will examine how computer vision, a subset of AI, is being smartly leveraged to track and remove illegal content and fakes like it’s a walk in the park.

Legalweek

$65

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58 minutes
Understanding CCPA & U.S. State Privacy Regimes
In the summer of 2018, California passed its landmark set of privacy statutes, the California Consumer Privacy Act ("CCPA"), effective January 1, 2020. Since that time, numerous other states have added their own legislation, some more data privacy driven and others more focused on data security. That amalgam of laws added to a series of state enforcement agency regulations promulgated in Colorado, New York and Vermont. Pressure from global businesses, such as AT&T and IBM, urging the federal government to create a more comprehensive consumer data privacy law should only increase the number of state - and perhaps even federal- legislative introduced.

Legalweek

$65

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115 minutes
Mock Cloud Negotiations: Considering The Do’s & Don’ts of Cloud Contract Negotiations
This interactive session will highlight the key terms every legal department and law firm must include, as they navigate cloud contract negotiations. Whether its data privacy terms or business continuity terms, join our experts as they showcase best practices when trying to negotiate terms that work for your organization and clients.

Legalweek

$130

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