Technology innovations are occurring at a rapid pace, creating brand-new industries, marketplaces, and services – and revolutionizing how lawyers must practice their craft. As a result, concerns about attorney and client privacy and security
have risen, especially in the wake of major data breaches by large corporations. Privacy is becoming a prime consideration for all companies and law offices, but technology modernization and innovation is certainly not slowing down. Can attorneys keep up? How will they maintain both their clients’ confidentiality, privacy and cyber security and well as their own? What do the ethics rules require? What’s next?
In this fireside-like discussion, panelists will discuss the intersection of privacy, data, security, and the law — discuss current trends, cutting-edge technologies, and forecasts about what the future may hold. Covering a range of topics — including cyber security, biometrics, artificial intelligence, profiling for advertising, surveillance, international data, 5g wireless communications, internet of things, location tracking, the digital rights movement, and many others — the speakers will give the audience a clear picture of the current environment for data and privacy, and perspectives on what the future holds for the practice of law.