Lawyers and law firms can transition to a...
Lawyers and law firms can transition to a virtual working environment. However, the obligations of confidentiality and competence must be upheld. This requires that lawyers understand: 1. The technology that is being used 2. The threats to privacy and security that accompany that technology and 3. How to create an infrastructure that promotes efficiency and access. Lawyers must consider these issues while also protecting against employee error and technological risks.
Rebecca Rakoski, the co-founder and Managing Partner of technology-focused XPAN Law Group, will provide you with guidelines for transitioning to a home working environment that meet your legal and ethical obligations. She’ll give you practical tips for creating a home office environment, talk about how to mitigate risks from your Wi-Fi and home personal devices and show you how to practice overall good security hygiene. She will answer all of your questions, so feel free to ask!
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