The course “Cybersecurity 101 for Lawyers” breaks down cybersecurity concepts and how it relates to the legal field. Throughout this Cybersecurity course, you can expect to gain an understanding of mediating data breach, cybersecurity issues in ERISA Benefit Plans, use of cryptography, and best practices when working with cybersecurity and forensics experts.
Cybersecurity is the practice of protecting systems and sensitive data from attack. Defending your organization from cyber-attacks and implementing security protocols is crucial. As geopolitical tensions rise, destructive cyber-attacks and attempts have become a frequent occurrence. With the average global cost of a data breach is 3.8 million.
Digital information protected by cybersecurity is a breeding ground for disputes as all digital business is protected by a myriad of laws in the U.S. and abroad. Laws surrounding cybersecurity protocol continue to rise. As such, Law firms must ensure that their teams adequately understand the process of working with Cybersecurity professionals to adequately be prepared in the courtroom.
In this Cybersecurity course experts provide an invaluable toolset for legal professionals to consider and apply when evaluating cybersecurity issues. Introducing best practices when working with forensic experts and issues that arise in mediation.
Lessons in this Cybersecurity Course:
- Mediating Data Breach Disputes
- 10 Commandments of Cybersecurity
- Data Breach and Cybersecurity Issues in ERISA Benefits Plans
- Security Through Cryptography
- Best Practices When Working With Digital Forensics Experts