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Friday, May 18 • 16:00 - 18:00
Ethical Duties in the Digital Age: Encryption Done Dirt Cheap

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Please note, registration for this course is required on our website first: https://www.rightscon.org/cle/.

All attorneys participating in the 2018 RightsCon Toronto conference, are invited to attend Access Now’s first Minimum Continuing Legal Education course “Ethical Duties in the Digital Age: Encryption Done Dirt Cheap.”

Speakers will engage participants in an interactive workshop on how to protect information particularly given rise of cybersecurity breaches. The panel discussion will examine:

  • The importance of encryption and other data security strategies to help lawyers protect confidential information;
  • Lawyers’ ethical responsibility to protect confidential information and state bar association decisions that examine the use of encryption;
  • Practical skills for encrypting information; and
  • The do’s and don’ts of attorney’s information management practices.

This course is CPD accredited by the Law Society of Ontario and CLE approved by the California State Bar Association. NY State attorneys will receive CLE credits through the New York State Bar Association Approved Jurisdiction policy. Pursuant to this policy, bar associations from different jurisdictions may recognizes this course’s CLE credits.

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Peter Micek

General Counsel, Access Now

Friday May 18, 2018 16:00 - 18:00 EDT
  Hacking and the Future of Encryption
  • Host Organization Access Now