The Threats Are Very Real

While we're used to horror stories of governments intercepting privileged communications, the reality is that most law firms are not sufficiently addressing the threats to the security of their clients' confidential information—just ask Cravath Swaine & Moore and Weil Gotshal & Manges.. Paranoia, however, is not the answer. 

This is a must watch webcast for anyone interested in understanding the significant threats relating to Protecting Confidential Client Information in our evolving "what is reasonable" landscape.

Join our webinar "Protecting Our Clients in a Hostile World"
February 22nd | 1:30pm ET | 10:30am PT


Join Brendan O’Connor, Esq. along with hosts CloudStar and Echoworx for a non-fictional account of the threats attorneys face relating to sensitive client data, and how YOU can minimize threats and maximize your opportunities!

Who Should Attend?
Privacy and Data Security Lawyers
Chief Information Officers
Chief Technology Officers
Chief Information Security Officers
Privacy and Data Security Officers
IT Professionals

All law firms have in their control sensitive client and business information. Lawyers protect this information; it's a principle of law, and one of the core perceptions as to what defines an attorney. Yet, scrutiny of law firm data security practices is on a steady rise, especially in the financial services and healthcare sectors.

P.S - Register even if you can't make it, and we will send you a recording of the webinar.


Gregory G. McDonald, CEO & Founder, Cloudstar
Jacob Ginsberg, Senior Director, Echoworx

Feature Speaker:
Brendan O’Connor is a consultant and researcher based in Seattle, WA. Brendan has presented numerous seminars on various regulation, privacy, and cybersecurity topics. He is also Vice-Chair of the American Bar Association’s Information Security Committee. 

His focus is on assisting corporations and law firms with security, risk management, and information governance needs and through his consultancy, Malice Afterthought, was awarded two DARPA Cyber Fast Track research contracts.