IBA Annual Conference Sydney 2017
8 Oct - 13 Oct 2017
Room C4.7, Convention Centre, Level 4
Not if but when: How prepared are you to manage cybersecurity and privacy risks?
Monday 9 October (0930 - 1230)
Regulation of Lawyers' Compliance Committee
This session will seek to explore the interrelated issues that are necessary to prepare for, respond to, manage and recover from concerning cybersecurity and privacy-related risks. Law firms are increasingly becoming the targets for sophisticated and opportunistic criminals looking to obtain access to client funds, confidential client and/or personal information – either for immediate financial gain or potential ransom or extortion demands, or to perpetrate identity or social engineering frauds. This session will identify the components of a strategic approach to identifying, managing/responding and mitigating cybersecurity and privacy risks, specifically: how to look at your organisational approach; identifying and containing the issue through forensic information technology expertise; how to manage communications with clients; what reports to relevant regulators are required; potential reputation damage and necessary remediation and/or mandatory corrective communications or monitoring; and how to ensure you are properly insured,managing your insurers and maximising what is recoverable.
Session / Workshop Chair(s)
|Luke Dembosky||Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, Washington, District of Columbia, USA|
|Richard Harrison||Clyde & Co LLP, London, England; Secretary-Treasurer, Regulation of Lawyers' Compliance Committee|
|Paul Jackson||Kroll, Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR|
|Phillip Magness||Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
|Meg Strickler||Conaway & Strickler PC, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; Co-Chair, Cybercrime Subcommittee|
|Kim Trajer||McCullough Robertson, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia|
|Roy Zur||BARBRI, New York, New York, USA|