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Post-Luncheon CLE: “Cyber Risks and Exposures, Cyber Liability, and Cyber Liability Insurance”; Presenters: Stephen Brewer - 1 CLE Credit

  • Thursday, November 18, 2021
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • City of Norfolk Courthouse First Floor Training Room / Zoom Webinar

Registration

  • Non-NPBA members may register here for attendance via Zoom.

    In-person attendance is only available to NPBA Members due to limited space.
  • NPBA members, please register here for in-person attendance.
  • NPBA Members, please register here to attend on Zoom.

Register

Registration is required. Registration will close at 10am on the day of the CLE.

Presenters: 

Stephen W. Brewer, Willcox & Savage, P.C.

Presentation Highlights:

  • Topics to be Covered:
    • General – What are the Risks Today?
    • Specific – What are the Risks to Law Firms?
    • How are Cyber Attacks Launched?
    • What Technology Defenses Are Available?
    • What Other Defenses Are Available?
    • Types of Cyber Liability Exposures and Cyber Losses
    • Doesn’t My Malpractice Insurance Cover Me?
    • Separate Cyber Liability Insurance Policies
    • Legal and Ethical Duties of Lawyers
    • ABA Opinion
    • Virginia Legal Ethics Opinion

Additional Details:

  • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

  • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

  • All registrants (both in-person and Zoom) will receive a Zoom link and materials in advance of the CLE by email so that attendees can easily change from in-person to remote attendance if needed.

  • If you register for in-person attendance, but are later unable to attend in person, please contact NPBA staff so that an in-person attendance seat can be opened up.

  • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.

*This program has been approved by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 1 hour of credit.