Cyber Security, Privacy and Technology - how to protect your data as a barrister

Tuesday, 26 November 2019

Are you a barrister who uses Dropbox to store your client’s files? Do you know your legal and ethical obligations when it comes to protecting confidential information and data online?

The Women Barrister’s Forum is proud to host a seminar on cyber security, privacy and technology. An expert panel including Kate Morgan SC, John Morgan, Partner, Clyde & Co, and Michelle Meares, Board Member, Electronic Frontiers Australia, will discuss the ethical obligations and practicalities of protecting sensitive client information and present an overview of the changing landscape of privacy law in the digital age.

The seminar will focus on cyber risks associated with data storage, business email compromises, ransomware, and digital risk mitigation. You will leave the seminar with a bag full of cyber security tips including an answer to the question: “Is Dropbox really safe?”.

Speakers:

  • Kate Morgan SC
  • John Moran, Partner, Clyde & Co
  • Michelle Meares, Board Member, Electronic Frontiers Australia

Chair:

  • Kate Richardson SC

We look forward to seeing you there.

This seminar has been organised by the Women Barristers Forum.

Details

CPD Points 1.5
Date & Times Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at 5:15pm - 6:45pm
CPD Strand Practice Management and Business Skills
Committee Women Barristers Forum
Location

NSW Bar Association Common Room

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