*Nebraska MCLE #153133 (Regular/Live credit), #153132 (Distance learning credit). 2 CLE ethics hours.
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The Nebraska Rules of Professional Conduct Preamble provides “[a] lawyer should keep in confidence information relating to representation of a client except so far as disclosure is required or permitted by the Rules of Professional Conduct or other law.” Attorneys have an ethical obligation
to take competent and reasonable measures to implement cybersecurity to safeguard information relating to clients.
- Understand cyber liability risk and its impact on professional service firms, including law firms
- Understand how data breaches typically occur at professional service firms
- Understand the professional and legal responsibilities of a firm in the event of a data breach
- Understand the typical data breach response process and learn strategies to help ensure an appropriate breach response
Kevin Ribble is the President of the Employment Practices Risk Management Association (www.eprma.org), a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting employers with data management, human resources risk management services. Mr. Ribble is also President and founder of Comply America an on-line management training facility. Mr. Ribble is a consultant on cyber forms and a frequent speaker on cyber liability and HR related topics. For more information please see www.eprma.org.
Scott Sweeney is a member of the Cybersecurity & Data Privacy practice team of Wilson Elser, LLP. Scott dedicates a great deal of time and effort to addressing the latest issues in this quickly expanding field, and continues to share that knowledge with clients on a personal level and on a larger
scale through speaking engagements geared to national and international professionals. Scott received his Juris Doctor from the University of Colorado Law School.