Atakama, the pioneer in multifactor encryption, enabling unrivaled data protection through distributed cryptographic key management, today announced that it will host a virtual forum, “Raising the Bar: Best Practices and Responsibilities for Safeguarding Client Data.” As the legal sector is a prime target for cyberattacks, this informative session will explain how to create a proactive data protection strategy that prevents breaches and protects clients.
“Cyberattacks continue to be on the rise, and law firms are top targets,” said Dimitri Nemirovsky, COO, and Co-founder, Atakama. “Failing to keep data secure is more than just a huge risk for firms, it also has incredibly devastating consequences for their clients. We have a distinguished panel of experts to shed light on this critical issue and help security professionals in both legal and business entities learn the keys to safeguarding sensitive data.”
When: December 7, 2022, at 1:00 PM ET/10:00 AM PT
What: Raising the Bar: Best Practices and Responsibilities for
Safeguarding Client Data
An esteemed panel of experts will address best practices and obligations to prevent a data breach and protect clients. They will discuss:
- The current cyber threat landscape
- How to protect client data beyond checkbox compliance
- What business executives need to know about data protection when working with legal entities
- The intersection of cybersecurity and ethics
Who: Presenters include Legal, Cybersecurity, and Executive
Information Security leaders:
- Rich Lindberg, CISO, Jams. Rich holds 20 years of security experience in the U.S. Defense, Civil Government, Fortune 50, and other industries.
- Matt Levine, Partner, Elliott Kwok Levine & Jaroslaw LLP. Matt has tried 50+ cases to verdict over his 30-year career spanning every aspect of criminal, civil, and regulatory litigation.
- Kathleen McGee, Partner, Lowenstein Sandler. Kathleen has extensive public sector experience, including nearly two decades as a prosecutor and leading regulator, including as Bureau Chief of the New York Attorney General’s Bureau of Internet and Technology.
- Moderator: Dimitri Nemirovsky, COO & Co-founder, Atakama. Dimitri spent 15 years as an attorney and is a technology and entrepreneur focused on cybersecurity.
Where: Learn more and reserve your virtual seat here
Atakama is the pioneer in multifactor encryption, enabling unrivaled data protection through distributed cryptographic key management. Organizations rely on Atakama to protect their most sensitive data, even when identity and rules-based access controls fail. Atakama removes the conventional trade-off between data security and accessibility to safeguard data, simplify the user experience, and visualize data usage and security trends. Visit www.Atakama.com to learn more.