Cybersecurity: Preserving Confidentiality and Today's Top Threats
This program is a recording of the Live Seminar held on November 16, 2020.
If you attended the live webcast via zoom program; You cannot claim CLE for watching this recorded program.
COVID-19 has only accelerated the practice of law's digital transition. Accordingly, cybersecurity has become a top priority for many practitioners and firms. This CLE will discuss an attorney's ethical duties regarding cybersecurity, today's top cybersecurity threats, what to do in the event of a data breach, and technology solutions that can help make your practice "cybersecure."
Diane Haar, Hawaii Disability Legal Services, LLLC (HDLS)
Diane Haar operates the solo, private, public interest law firm, Hawaii Disability Legal Services, LLLC. Diane has offices in Honolulu and Kona, but represents people with disabilities throughout the Hawaiian islands and across the Pacific, including in Guam, American Samoa, and the Philippines. Particularly involved in addressing homelessness and veteran issues among the disabled population. She leverages the power of legal tech to accommodate her busy travel schedule and also to enhance her productivity in a way that allows her to fully realize her personal and law firm goals. As such, Diane is able to spend considerable time doing government advocacy, seminars, pro bono legal work, and other public-interest activities.
Ryan Little, Assistant Disciplinary Counsel at the Hawai'i Office of Disciplinary Counsel
Ryan Little has served as an Assistant Disciplinary Counsel at the Office of Disciplinary Counsel since 2018. Since joining ODC, Ryan has been inspired by Hawai?i-licensed attorneys’ general desire to conduct themselves ethically. Understanding how stressful it is to receive an ODC letter, Ryan is excited to assist with this CLE – after all, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When not at work, Ryan is likely spending time with his wife at the beach, a pau hana, or both.
Elijah Yip, Partner and Co-Founder of Luminate Law
Elijah Yip is a partner and co-founder of Luminate Law, a law firm focused on advising small and medium-sized businesses, particularly justice-minded entrepreneurships. He practices information technology and privacy law, health care law, environmental law, and commercial litigation. Before starting Luminate Law, Elijah started the Digital Media and Internet Law practice at one of the largest firms in Hawaii. He is the former chair of the Litigation Section of the HSBA.
How to Register:
Duration: approximately 1 hour
Credit: This seminar qualifies for 1 CLE Ethics Credit.
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