Navigating the Information Age
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6/28/2018
When: Thursday, June 28, 2018
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT
Where: Hruska Law Center, 1st Flr Conf Rm
635 S 14th St
Lincoln, Nebraska  68508
United States

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*Nebraska MCLE #158639 (Regular/live); #158638 (Distance learning). 1 CLE hour
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You’ve read the headlines. With each critical cyber event, organizations are held responsible for unsound information security practices resulting in both the actual loss of data and a loss of public confidence. The judicial and legal community is not immune to these widespread attacks and the need for an ever-evolving security strategy that protects their data and their reputations.

Kyle Loven will discuss the ethics and compliance considerations of information security protocols, illustrating with corporate responses to critical cyber events. Kyle will also provide the audience with steps to mitigate the most common security threats and bolster both reactive and proactive protocols.

Outline of presentation:

I. Hackers

NY Mergers & Advisors Law Firm
Alexandria Law Firm Phone Hack
Equifax Breach
Dark Web Examples

II. Intrusions

Blaine Water Supply Power Failure

III. Ransomware, Phishing, and Spoofing

WANNACRY Virus
Upsher Smith
IRS
Doxxing
Designing a Culture of Information Security

IV. ESI and the Value of Digital Evidence in the Courtroom

Internet of Things
Managing ESI and Authentication Standards
Digital Evidence as Unbiased Witness
Dark Web Activity, Stephen Allwine Trial

Speaker
Kyle Loven, JD, CCEP, National Director, Computer Forensic Services (CFS) Kyle Loven joined CFS in 2017 as its National Director. Kyle is a 22.5-year veteran of the FBI and served as the Chief Division Counsel for the Minneapolis Division. In this role, Kyle addressed all legal matters affecting the Minneapolis Division and was responsible for ensuring that all FBI operation were compliant with internal policies, the AG Guidelines, and the U.S. Constitution. He also served as the Ethics, Privacy, and Compliance Officer for the Division and handled all media inquiries.

Kyle served as a Special Agent in both the San Diego and Minneapolis Field Divisions, including having served as the Acting Legal Attache to Singapore in 2009. Kyle was designated as an Adjunct Instructor by the FBI, instructing internally on behalf of the organization in Hungary, El Salvador, and Kazakhstan. Kyle conducted numerous presentations on behalf of the FBI domestically, and currently serves as a Minnesota CLE instructor at various Minnesota State Bar events.  Kyle received his J.D. from Mitchell Hamline School of Law in Saint Paul. He is also a Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional.