Clark Hill attorney, David G. Ries, to present annual Information Security Law Update at Pittsburgh Chapter of Information Systems Security Association on March 6, 2018
Clark Hill attorney, David G. Ries will be presenting the annual Information Security Law Update at the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association on Tuesday, March 6th. The meeting will be held at the Gulf Tower, Gulf Theater at 707 Grant Street on the 3rd floor.
For more information on what will be covered in the Information Security Law Update and to register, click here.
David G. Ries practices in the areas of environmental, technology, and data protection law and litigation. For over 20 years, he has increasingly focused on cybersecurity, privacy, and information governance. Dave has recently addressed in his practice such current issues as information security and privacy programs and policies, contracting for privacy and security, response to security incidents and data breaches, digital and environmental forensics, admissibility of expert opinions, e-discovery, and defense of enforcement actions. He is a co-author of Locked Down: Practical Information Security for Lawyers, Second Edition (American Bar Association 2016) and Encryption Made Simple for Lawyers (American Bar Association 2015), the editor of eDiscovery, Fourth Edition (PBI Press 2017) and a contributing author to Information Security and Privacy: A Legal, Business and Technical Handbook, Second Edition (American Bar Association 2011).
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