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Cybersecurity Fundamentals for Federal Court Practitioners

  • Thursday, February 20, 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
  • Alfred A. Arraj Courthouse, 901 19th Street, Denver, Jury Assembly Room

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THURSDAY, February 20, 2020

"CYBERSECURITY FUNDAMENTALS FOR FEDERAL
COURT PRACTITIONERS"

ANDREW C. LILLIE, ESQ.
HOGAN LOVELLS US, LLP

JESSICA BLACK LIVINGSTON, ESQ.
HOGAN LOVELLS US, LLP

DAVID TONINI, ESQ.
U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, DISTRICT OF COLORADO

12 NOON - 1:15 PM

ALFRED A. ARRAJ COURTHOUSE
901 19TH STREET, DENVER
JURY ASSEMBLY ROOM

Cybersecurity is an increasingly critical part of every entity’s existence in the completely networked world of 2020 and beyond. Information—much of it valuable because it is personal, proprietary, lucrative, or dangerous—is often one keystroke away from the hands and minds of cybercriminals and foreign states whose interests are far from amiable. Cybersecurity affects increasingly automated and digital litigation techniques, and as it shapes the practice of law. Every lawyer who practices before federal courts in the United States should have at least a modicum of familiarity with the cybersecurity landscape, both as it might apply to clients, and as it applies to the courts themselves. This CLE is a primer on that landscape and what is most important to consider as a member of the bar and officer of the court.

2 General CLE Credits approved.


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