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Cybersecurity in the Law Office: Updates, Reasonable Precautions, and Technology Competence 2024

Product ID: CA3621W
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Protect your clients and your firm

All the recent excitement and buzz over generative artificial intelligence has taken much of the focus away from other crucial technological issues facing law firms. Not only are cyberattacks still happening to law firms of all sizes, but these threats have also been on the rise. You already know how important it is to protect your clients’ information from cyberattacks. But do you know how to do so effectively as well as ethically? Read More ↓

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Member $99.00

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1 CLE, 1 EPR

Date and Time

Friday, March 15, 202412:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

Add to Calendar 3/15/2024 12:00:00 PM 3/15/2024 1:00:00 PM America/Chicago Cybersecurity in the Law Office: Updates, Reasonable Precautions, and Technology Competence 2024

Protect your clients and your firm

All the recent excitement and buzz over generative artificial intelligence has taken much of the focus away from other crucial technological issues facing law firms. Not only are cyberattacks still happening to law firms of all sizes, but these threats have also been on the rise. You already know how important it is to protect your clients’ information from cyberattacks. But do you know how to do so effectively as well as ethically? aagOTNdBczOPpqCrTmAF60877

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Protect your clients and your firm

All the recent excitement and buzz over generative artificial intelligence has taken much of the focus away from other crucial technological issues facing law firms. Not only are cyberattacks still happening to law firms of all sizes, but these threats have also been on the rise. You already know how important it is to protect your clients’ information from cyberattacks. But do you know how to do so effectively as well as ethically? Read More ↓

Brent J. Hoeft is the Practice Management Advisor for the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Practice411™ Practice Management Program. He guides State Bar members on increasing law practice productivity and efficiency and advises on all things law practice management, including legal technology, information security practices, technology competence, employee management, policy and systems implementation, business development and marketing, and improving client relationship management.

Prior to his time at the State Bar of Wisconsin, Brent was in private practice since 2006. In 2010, he founded Hoeft Law LLC, Wisconsin’s first completely web-based virtual law firm providing legal services in business law, cybersecurity, and estate planning. Brent was also the founder of FirmLock Consulting, LLC, a cybersecurity behavior awareness consulting firm focusing on assisting solo and small law firms with cybersecurity training, education, and implementation of policies and procedures to better protect law firm data.

Brent is a frequent presenter on legal technology, practice management, and cybersecurity. Since 2018, he has served as co-chair of the Technology Track for the Wisconsin Solo and Small Firm Conference (WSSFC) Planning Committee and had the honor of serving as the Conference Chair in 2022.

Brent received his B.A. in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and his law degree from Cleveland State University College of Law. He lives in the Madison area with his family, where he enjoys mountain biking, camping, photography, and all things Wisconsin sports.

 

  • Be aware of common cybersecurity threats targeting law firms
  • Know what precautions to take to reduce your firm’s risk as required by ethics rules
  • Discover specific steps you can take to secure your firm
  • Receive easy, low-cost recommendations to improve your firm’s security
  • Avoid cybersecurity disasters and ethical missteps that can damage your firm
  • All paralegals
  • Legal administrators
  • Attorneys
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