Melissa Ventrone to Participate in ABA Webinar Panel “The New Era of Privacy and Cybersecurity for Law Firms”
Clark Hill attorney, Melissa K. Ventrone will serve as a panelist for the American Bar Association’s webinar, “The New Era of Privacy and Cybersecurity for Law Firms” on Wednesday, May 22nd.
The New Era of Privacy and Cybersecurity for Law Firms
Law firms are increasingly being targeted by hackers. Is your law firm prepared to recognize and defend against these threats? You won’t want to miss a practical discussion with our expert panel as they provide an overview of the risk landscape, developing regulatory framework, and ethical implications of cybersecurity in law firms.
- Understand the developing state regulations on cybersecurity and privacy
- Comply with applicable rules of professional responsibility
- Understand the current risk landscape and insurance market for these risks
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Melissa K. Ventrone is a Member in Clark Hill's Chicago office where she addresses her clients’ cybersecurity needs. She reacts swiftly and decisively when she is enlisted on a cybersecurity breach. As a Co-chair of the cybersecurity breach response team, she focuses her experienced group of first responders, including lawyers and forensic investigators, on around-the-clock management of the situation and minimizing damage by working to limit any public or regulatory fallout. When not managing her clients’ urgent breach concerns, Ventrone is a proactive consultant in managing data privacy and security risks. She is also a zealous courtroom advocate in cybersecurity litigation. Ventrone is a Certified Informational Privacy Professional (CIPP/US).
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