Navigating the Patchwork of Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Laws
Data has been likened to gold, oil, and electricity. When not properly protected, however, data has been likened to plutonium because it can expose organizations to legal liability stemming from a veritable alphabet soup of regulators (FTC, SEC, DPAs), laws (HIPAA, GLBA, CCPA), and standards (NIST, CIS 18, ISO 27001). Join us for a discussion on what laws apply, how to comply with them, and what frameworks should be followed to assist your organization with compliance. Guidance will include specific information for incident response planning, risk assessments, written information security programs and data privacy programs.
This program has been accredited for 1.0 Colorado, 1.0 Delaware, 1.0 Kansas, 1.2 Missouri, 1.0 Nevada, 1.0 Pennsylvania and 1.0 Utah Continuing Legal Education credits. Illinois Continuing Legal Education credits are pending.
New York CLE – Under New York’s Approved Jurisdiction policy, so long as certain requirements are satisfied, New York attorneys may count towards their New York CLE requirement credit earned through participation in out-of-state courses accredited by a New York Approved Jurisdiction.
Massachusetts CLE – While not mandatory, CLE is an important part of practicing law in Massachusetts. The Massachusetts Rules of Professional Conduct (Rule 1.1) encourage attorneys to complete continuing education on a regular basis.