Join Prevalent's CEO, Jonathan Dambrot, and Third-Party Evangelist, Brenda Ferraro, with their featured guest, Peter Lesser, the Director of Global Technology at Skadden, ARPS., as they discuss how fourth parties, certifications and incident response scenario-based tests are key to third-party assurance and resiliency. Learn how the legal sector tasted success, forming the Prevalent Legal Vendor Network community faster than any other sector by collaborating and agreeing on a single third-party framework, questionnaire, assessment and remediation ecosystem.

Recorded on 6-14-18

We discuss how physical security tends to be overlooked while we focus so much time and energy on the technology side of security. Keeping your firm’s people and assets safe can rely on good physical security planning and design.

Speakers:
Heath Stanley is the SVP of Information Security. He holds the CISA, CISSP and C|CISO certifications. Heath has managed technology governance consulting for Traveling Coaches Inc. since 2006. His previous experience includes residential lending and process improvement, and he is a subject matter expert in Information Security Governance and Vendor Management.

David Tremont.  With 32 years of experience in Networking and Security, Mr. Tremont started his career as a Cryptologist Technician in the U.S. Navy in 1974.  Responsible for intercepting and decrypting Chinese and Russian radio transmissions for Fleet Commanders. Mr. Tremont has consulted with many corporate entities as well as law firms in designing and testing networks on a global scale, ensuring security protocols and standards were key factors in their implementation.  He has also participated as a consultant in assisting public companies to ensure compliance in Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPPA and has been involved in achieving ISO 9000 and ISO 27000 certifications for Oil & Gas Service companies.
Currently Mr. Tremont serves on the Technology Committee and Security Committee for Bracewell LLP assisting Senior Management to ensure compliance in Cyber and Physical security initiatives and is responsible for the monitoring and incident response of day to day security and network operations for the firm. 

Recorded on 1-26-17

Join Brian Donato, CIO at Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP and Eric Mosca, Director of Operations at InOutsource as they discuss the key takeaways from the 2013 ILTA Conference Session: Nimble Approaches to Information Governance: The Small and Mid-Size Firm Perspectives. 

Law Firms around the country are anxious to determine the overall effectiveness of their information security programs and to understand if their practices are aligned with industry peers.

Please listen in as Meg Grant, Vice President, Marketing at Digital Defense and a LegalSec Vendor Advisory Team member reviews the results of the LegalSec Report, A Study of the Legal Industry's Information Security Assessment Practices. The report, published in August and released at the ILTA Annual conference, provides un-biased and relevant knowledge surrounding information security programs and practices within North American law firms.

Grant will highlight key findings and provide context surrounding all the results.

A copy of the report may be downloaded HERE

August 13, 2013

Security Awareness

This brief podcast, presented by Scott Christensen (Edwards Wildman)  and Jim Barker (Traveling Coaches)  touches on the reasons that there is such a focus on Security Awareness today, and how we need to take a different approach to Security Awareness Training compared to other types of training and education.   Listen to this podcast to learn what “Gamification” is, and how it can be applied to this important topic.  Most importantly, learn why you will want to attend this session at conference to help you in crafting and implementing a successful  Security Awareness  Program at your firm.

Listen to this monthly series of podcasts from the Emerging Technologies Peer Group.

Each month Lance Rea and Mark Manoukian have a conversation with the peer group of the month. This month's spotlight is on the Server Operation & Security Peer Group. Steven Shock, Chief Technology Officer at Irell & Manella LLP and Jamie Herman, Manager of Information Security at Ropes & Gray talk about issues and initiatives in the server operations and security space. Format is conversational and touches on a number of different topics.

Join Panel members from Session RRMPG1 What Litigation Support Professionals need to know about Information Governance as they talk briefly about their Monday, August 19th, 11:00 am session.

Legacy policies in the legal profession have required a “save everything” mentality, but that was before the surge in the amount of data that users create, store and share. As we continue to see new types of data, new ways of accessing data, new regulations for storing and securing data, and many more data-related developments, how do we keep up? ILTA recently brought together a “virtual roundtable” of four thought leaders, including representation from law firms, a law department and a consultancy, to get their insight about this widespread issue. Our interview with Sean Power, Chief Information Officer at Lathrop & Gage LLP, can be heard in its entirety on the accompanying podcast.

Visit the ILTA website to hear each participant's interview.

Legacy policies in the legal profession have required a “save everything” mentality, but that was before the surge in the amount of data that users create, store and share. As we continue to see new types of data, new ways of accessing data, new regulations for storing and securing data, and many more data-related developments, how do we keep up? ILTA recently brought together a “virtual roundtable” of four thought leaders, including representation from law firms, a law department and a consultancy, to get their insight about this widespread issue. Our interview with Adam Osberg, Executive Account Manager at CDW, can be heard in its entirety on the accompanying podcast.

Visit the ILTA website to hear each participant's interview.

Legacy policies in the legal profession have required a “save everything” mentality, but that was before the surge in the amount of data that users create, store and share. As we continue to see new types of data, new ways of accessing data, new regulations for storing and securing data, and many more data-related developments, how do we keep up? ILTA recently brought together a “virtual roundtable” of four thought leaders, including representation from law firms, a law department and a consultancy, to get their insight about this widespread issue. Our interview with  Eric Lieber, Director of Legal Technology at Toyota Motor Sales, can be heard in its entirety on the accompanying podcast.

Visit the ILTA website to hear each participant's interview.

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