1.5 MCLE Credits*
Data Security Training CLE Webcast
Sponsored by the Law Practice Management Committee of the
New York State Bar Association
Do you carry a cell phone, smartphone, tablet,
eReader, laptop or netbook?
Do you use public WiFi?Do you back up your
Are you thinking about cloud computing?
Given the amount of data most of us carry, the loss
of a mobile device creates a grave risk of a confidentiality
breach. Public WiFi, unsecured networks and downloading
applications that access your personal data all pose severe risks.
This program will provide an overview of tips on basic data
security for lawyers. Learn about encryption, ways to minimize
risk and the ability to encrypt the data you store on a mobile
Featuring John R. McCarron, Jr., Esq., Partner,
Montes & McCarron, PLLC, Tuckahoe, New York, this program
will provide best practices and tips to keep
your data secure.
McCarron, Jr., Esq.
Montes & McCarron, Tuckahoe, New York
This program was recorded on
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
*Please note: Newly
admitted attorneys cannot receive MCLE credit for participation in CLE
webcasts and webconferences.
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