Cybersecurity and Technology: Ethical Considerations for Lawyers
Whether you’re a solo practitioner or a large firm litigator, the risks that accompany use of today’s technology in the practice of law should give every lawyer pause. From cloud computing to mobile devices, the internet has resulted in many benefits to the way we practice law. But, these advances in technology also have the potential to wreak havoc on many an unsuspecting attorney and/or client. Partner and Co-Chair of the Cyber Law and Data Protection Group Josh Mooney served on a panel discussing attorneys' ethical obligations, the most common cybersecurity risks and how to safeguard against them to protect a law firm, its clients and its lawyers' law licenses.