Wednesday, April 17, 2013

New Risk Roundtables Set for UK and Canada

We're please to announce our upcoming UK Risk Roundtable session. Scheduled for Friday, May 17th, the topic is: "What do you need to know to implement "need-to-know" information security."

This briefing will provide a collaborative forum for Risk & Compliance and IT professionals to discuss how emerging information security concerns are forcing law firms to improve their defenses. Attendees will learn best practices for successfully implementing a “hybrid” security model, which restricts access to highly sensitive data within core systems to a need-to-know basis.

This one-hour session will provide practical advice for connecting a law firm’s ethical, client, and compliance requirements to everyday security practices. Topics will include:
  • Drivers behind the shift from systems-based to content-based protection models
  • Examples of security models employed at law firms around the world
  • A stage-by-stage guideline – based on practical steps – for implementing a risk-based, content-centric protection model
Attendance is by invitation only and is limited to qualified law firms and personnel. Please contact for more details.

For past participants of Roundtable sessions in Canada, we have reserved June 19th for our next meeting in Toronto. Please save the date and watch this space for more information.

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