Presenting at GW Paralegal Tech Talk: Cybersecurity in eDiscovery
Bruce Markowitz, Vice President of eDiscovery, will present at GW Paralegal Tech Talk: Cybersecurity in eDiscovery on March 14 in Washington, DC.
Bruce Markowitz will lead two sessions at GW Paralegal Tech Talk: eDiscovery 101 and eDiscovery Cybersecurity 101. Bruce Markowitz has been asked to present at GW because of his successful career in litigation support and his deep knowledge of the intersection cybersecurity in eDiscovery.
“Paralegals are at the forefront of a legal technology revolution. Understanding cybersecurity in eDiscovery is a key component to furthering their status as the go-to person for the law firm or corporation.
“As litigation support has evolved to include technology, paralegals must familiarize themselves with how cybersecurity fits into their daily tasks as well as into the overall picture. Everything a paralegal deals with has a potential cyber issue,” said Bruce.
At Paralegal Tech Talk, leaders in the legal technology industry will guide attendees through the logistics and legal considerations of collecting, storing, and using critical and sensitive electronic data. Attendees will learn how paralegals can play a role in securing electronic data effectively and ethically.
This event is recommended for paralegals and eDiscovery professionals to:
– Learn how paralegal can secure data effectively and ethically
– Explore the logistics of collecting, storing, and using electronic data
– Connect with paralegal colleagues
– Meet with technology vendors in the industry
– Network with legal employers
The two sessions Bruce will lead are:
• Broad overview of eDiscovery
• Cybersecurity intro – Definition of key terms – What is the true definition of Cybersecurity?
• How Cybersecurity applies to the Legal Industry in the area of eDiscovery and EDRM Model
eDiscovery Cybersecurity 101 – Session 2
• Cybersecurity current events – What’s happening now in eDiscovery Cybersecurity
• How to assess your risks and what to do if you are attacked or have a breach
• What does all this mean to the Paralegal function?
For more information and to register, click here.