Wednesday, May 27, from 3:00-4:00 pm Mountain Daylight Time (MDT)
Join us for Privacy, Security, and Legal Ethics in a Remote Work Environment, part two of the Silicon Flatirons four-part virtual series, Legal Perspectives on Physical Distancing and its Impact, featuring top attorneys and subject matter experts addressing questions and considerations on the impacts and developments in response to the spread of COVID-19.
How can attorneys continue to meet their ethical obligations in the move from the office to the home office? Media reports have been flooded with stories questioning the privacy and security of popular online platforms, but how can you tell the hype from the facts, and what can be done to mitigate negative impacts? Attorneys with substantial expertise in legal ethics, privacy, and digital security will explore how ethical obligations may (or may not) shift in a remote working environment, including those regarding competence, supervision, and diligence, what different tools are available to protect the security and confidentiality of communications and the role that privacy should play in determining what platforms to use.
To see the other events in this series, please see our announcement page.
Privacy, Security, and Legal Ethics in a Remote Work Environment
- Amie Stepanovich — Moderator
Executive Director, Silicon Flatirons
- Melanie Kay — Panelist
Director, Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative and Instructor, University of Colorado Law School
- John Verdi — Panelist
Vice President of Policy, Future of Privacy Forum
- Marc Zwillinger — Panelist
Founder and Managing Member Washington, D.C., ZwillGen PLLC