Thursday, August 5, 2010
9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Lee Conference Room, Wishcamper Center
34 Bedford Street, Portland, Maine
$95 per person
5.3 hours CLE approved
As institutions that collect and use data increasingly store that information in-house and in the “cloud”, and transmit it in global channels, what are the security risks and how can lawyers and managers create systems to protect it? What steps can make data easier to find? How does privacy law affect the world of cloud computing and social media?
All are invited to attend, but especially:
- Lawyers specializing in: business or corporate law, information security and privacy law, litigation involving e-discovery, and intellectual property law
- Businesses that collect, store, maintain and mine large quantities of personal information; routinely transmit information out of state and in global commerce; and develop software tools to manage information
- Banks concerned about information privacy and security
- Insurance companies