Tuesday, December 12, 2017
 


 

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ShareSync
A business-grade file sync and share service that meets the needs of both users and administrators. ShareSync file sync and share service enables intuitive collaboration and mobility while helping to keep company data secure and protected.
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Clio is the leading practice management, time & billing and client collaboration platform for small to mid-sized law firms. Your important client data is securely accessible anywhere - from your PC, your Mac, and even your iPhone.
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9 LexisNexis Business of Law Webinars

The LexisNexis software division is hosting a plethora of webinars this month on topics ranging from law firm practice management and our financial and billing software, to a breakdown of our latest Enterprise Legal Management Trends report.

Some of these webinars are designed for existing customers – and it’s a great way to get some free training – and some are product demonstration open to anyone. In either case, an attendee is likely to walk away with some practical information that can be put to use today.

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12 Tips to Cope With a Data Breach

When customers should be notified of a data breach, how to react if a breach occurs and best practices for preserving data were the topics of a panel at Georgetown Law Center's Cybersecurity Law Institute on Thursday.

“Potential Legal Exposure/Aftermath of a Breach: A Simulation” discussed potential data breach scenarios and how they can best be handled. The moderator of the panel was Kimberly Peretti, a partner at Alston & Bird. Panelists included: Thomas Hibarger, managing director of Stroz Friedberg in Washington, D.C.; Pablo Martinez, managing director of global investigations and cybercrime at Citibank; Joseph Moan, associate general counsel handling employment law and data privacy at Coca-Cola Co.; and Greg Schaffer, CEO of the cybersecurity firm First72 Cyber.

Before a data breach is announced to the public, it is best to make sure that the number of affected users is accurate, said Schaffer, otherwise that number might have to be revised, which can be embarrassing. “It’s not the event that gets you killed,” said Schaffer. “It’s the cover-up that gets you killed.”