Monday, May 19, 2014

Upcoming Webinar: Anomalies, Hacks and Lateral Moves: Monitor & Address Information Risks

Intapp and ILTA's LegalSEC Information Security program are pleased to present an upcoming webinar: Anomalies, Hacks and Lateral Moves: Monitor & Address Information Risks.

  • Date: Thursday, May 29th
  • Time: 9 am PST / 12 pm EST / 5 pm BST
  • Registration: Free and open to ILTA members. Register via this link. (if you are unsure if your firm is a member, check via this link)

  • This session features two law firm speakers and will present an overview of how Intapp information security software enables firms to control access to sensitive information and watch key information repositories (to notify management and IT teams of suspicious behavior, enabling intervention early enough to prevent unwanted outcomes).

    Session Details
    New technologies and regulations are forcing law firms to take a serious look at activity monitoring and data loss prevention software.

    Client guidelines and security audits mandate that firms have visibility into who does what with their data, new regulations like HIPAA require activity monitoring on personally identifiable information, lawyers increasingly use unsanctioned cloud tools without notifying IT and, with lateral movement on the rise, firm management needs a means to identify unauthorized activity to avert potential problems.

    In this session, we will explore how firms can leverage technology to monitor and address information risks. Hear from panelists who will present diverse perspectives, ranging from cyber insurance and regulatory trends to process and technical best practices.


    Brian Dusek is a partner at McCullough, Campbell and Lane LLP, where he concentrates his practice on the representation of domestic and international insurers in complex insurance coverage claims, particularly those relating to professional liability. He is a frequent speaker on professional liability, technology, and cyber liability issues.

    Kathryn Hume is a member of Intapp's Risk Practice Group and focuses on law firm information security, data governance, HIPAA compliance and risk management. She manages and moderates the Law Firm Risk Roundtable program and writes articles analyzing how emerging technologies are influencing and being affected by evolving standards for professional responsibility.

    Craig Lucca, CISSP, CISA, CEH, oversees information security and is responsible for the identification, design and implementation of -- and compliance with -- information security programs for a New York based law firm. In addition, he acts in an advisory capacity to the firm's lines of business regarding information security best practices and the interpretation of security requirements of new and ongoing development efforts

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