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On November 13 Keegan Werlin is hosting a lunch and learn event along with the International Legal Technology Association’s Legal Security division

 

legal-secOn November 13 Keegan Werlin is hosting a lunch and learn event along with the International Legal Technology Association’s Legal Security division:  Social Engineering and Security Awareness.

 

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Social Engineering and Security Awareness Boston, November 13, 2014 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. ILTA’s LegalSEC, along with Security Management Partners, invites you to this educational session being offered in your area.Location:  Keegan Werlin LLP 265 Franklin Street Boston, MA 02110 Attendees are required to show photo ID at the security desk in the building lobby.Host:  Lorri McDaniel (617) 951-1400 lmcdan@keeganwerlin.comLunch Sponsor:  Security Management PartnersDescription:  Learn how social engineering and security awareness can impact your firm and your systems, from an IT Security perspective. Based on experience gained in responding to a large number of breaches, we will discuss the many security risks faced by legal firms. We’ll talk about breaches that result in ACH fraud, embezzlement, CryptoLocker, intellectual property loss and more. Being unprepared can bring any firm to a standstill and the costs may be very painful, so be sure your firm has a plan.

Speaker:  Peter Bamber, CISA, CRISC, CISSP, is the Vice President of Information Security Services at Security Management Partners. In this role, he acts as an information security auditor, project manager, consultant and architect. Peter has 25 years of IT security and management experience, holds many certifications and is affiliated with several IT security, high tech crime investigation and disaster recovery organizations. He can be contacted at pbamber@smpone.com.

If you have colleagues in other firms or others within your own firm who share your interest in this topic, please invite them to attend with you. Nonmembers are always welcome at our events, and we’re hopeful they’ll learn a little bit about ILTA from the experience. There is no cost to attend, and there is much to be gained. Tell a friend about the ILTA meeting. 

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