2012 July

No one can deny that security in the legal profession is of the utmost importance. It is a universal concern that affects attorneys, staff and clients, especially with the increase in malicious attacks to gain access to the valuable data stored within the enterprise. What risks are organizations facing, and how do you make sure you don’t fall prey to today’s threats? ILTA sat down for a “virtual roundtable” with five member thought-leaders to get their thoughts about information security. Our interview with Annette Urquijo, Risk Manager at DLA Piper, can be heard in its entirety on the accompanying podcast.

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

No one can deny that security in the legal profession is of the utmost importance. It is a universal concern that affects attorneys, staff and clients, especially with the increase in malicious attacks to gain access to the valuable data stored within the enterprise. What risks are organizations facing, and how do you make sure you don’t fall prey to today’s threats? ILTA sat down for a “virtual roundtable” with five member thought-leaders to get their thoughts about information security. Our interview with Jeff Kunz, Security Engineer at Foley & Lardner, LLP, can be heard in its entirety on the accompanying podcast.

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

No one can deny that security in the legal profession is of the utmost importance. It is a universal concern that affects attorneys, staff and clients, especially with the increase in malicious attacks to gain access to the valuable data stored within the enterprise. What risks are organizations facing, and how do you make sure you don’t fall prey to today’s threats? ILTA sat down for a “virtual roundtable” with five member thought-leaders to get their thoughts about information security. Our interview with Matt Kesner, CIO at Fenwick & West LLP, can be heard in its entirety on the accompanying podcast.

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

No one can deny that security in the legal profession is of the utmost importance. It is a universal concern that affects attorneys, staff and clients, especially with the increase in malicious attacks to gain access to the valuable data stored within the enterprise. What risks are organizations facing, and how do you make sure you don’t fall prey to today’s threats? ILTA sat down for a “virtual roundtable” with five member thought-leaders to get their thoughts about information security. Our interview with Tom Crowe, Director of IT at Turner, Padget, Graham and Laney, PA, can be heard in its entirety on the accompanying podcast.

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

No one can deny that security in the legal profession is of the utmost importance. It is a universal concern that affects attorneys, staff and clients, especially with the increase in malicious attacks to gain access to the valuable data stored within the enterprise. What risks are organizations facing, and how do you make sure you don’t fall prey to today’s threats? ILTA sat down for a “virtual roundtable” with five member thought-leaders to get their thoughts about information security. Our interview with Brian Clayton, Chief Information Officer at Taft Stettinius & Hollister, can be heard in its entirety on the accompanying podcast.

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