Technology is rapidly changing how the legal industry operates, especially the tools utilized within law firms. Private cloud computing offers a number of benefits for law firms, but also a plethora of questions when evaluating which type is best for the firm.
Join this complimentary webcast to gain a better understanding about the types of cloud computing solutions available for the legal industry – like public clouds, hybrid options, and private clouds. Expert panelists will explore use cases, security questions and issues, and what questions to ask for each type.
Join the conversation and you'll be able to:
- Understand the differences between a number of cloud computing options
- Apply current cybersecurity best practices to your cloud organization
- Ask the right questions both internally and externally to get your cloud roadmap to where it needs to be
Co-Chair, Privacy & Cybersecurity
Partner, Intellectual Property
Fenwick & West LLP
Jim Koenig is the Co-Chair of the Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice with Fenwick & West. His practice focuses on advising emerging startups to Fortune 100 companies on a range of issues, including global privacy compliance, security/cybersecurity and breach response, data use policies and regulatory investigations and enforcement actions or class-action litigations relating to privacy and cybersecurity practices. Jim also has extensive experience helping companies with new and emerging technologies, including analytics, machine learning, social media, mobile, location-based services, internet of things, behavioral advertising, autonomous vehicles/connected cars, smart homes/cities, biotech/medical devices, genetics, blockchain security and others.
Senior Attorney, Litigation
Edward (Eddie) Block is a senior attorney at Gardere. Eddie has over 20 years of experience as an information security professional, primarily focused on the effects of new technology and emerging law on personal privacy at the state, federal and international level. In his previous role as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and cybersecurity coordinator for the state of Texas, Eddie modernized Texas’ information security rules (1 TAC § 202), developed statewide security controls, and worked with the Texas legislature to implement strong information security standards in law. Eddie holds numerous security certifications including Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM), and Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH).
Chief Solutions Architect, Practice Automation
Tomas Suros, Chief Solutions Architect, Practice Automation for AbacusNext has a rare combination of experience: he is both a California attorney and an intuitive technologist. Working at the intersection of law and IT, he uses his deep understanding of the legal, technical, and strategic challenges that lawyers face, to increase the depth and breadth of AbacusNext’s solutions.