How to Mitigate the Risk of Cybersecurity Nightmares



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December 12, 2023
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You may be able to self apply for credits in states not listed. BHBA provides CLE accreditation as described above. 

About the Program

Are nightmares of a security breach keeping you up at night? Want to avoid your clients’ privileged information getting into the wrong hands? This program will discuss the most common cybersecurity risks facing your legal practice as well as risks and consequences you have never even considered. Learn from legal ethics and cybersecurity industry leaders Joanna Storey of Klinedinst PC and Jennie VonCannon of Crowel & Moring, as they discuss the dangers, pitfalls, and ethical implications facing attorneys today. Our panelists’ will highlight cybersecurity concerns from the most common to the most sensational. This program is a must for every attorney who stores or transmits client information, communicates via email, and practices law in our current, technology-reliant world.

Meet the Speakers
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Joanna L. Storey


Senior Counsel Klinedinst PC

Joanna L. Storey focuses her practice on professional liability, risk management, and legal ethics for lawyers and law firms. She works with clients to proactively mitigate the risk of potential loss and find creative solutions when thorny problems arise. Ms. Storey also advises clients on compliance with privacy and cybersecurity-related laws, rules, and regulations.

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Jennie Wang VonCannon


Partner Crowell & Moring LLP

Jennie Wang VonCannon is a trial lawyer and advisor with a proven track record of success in both the courtroom and the boardroom — with extensive experience and deep understanding of corporate defense in both criminal and civil contexts, cybersecurity, and intellectual property matters. She served for over eleven years as a federal prosecutor, culminating in her selection to serve with distinction as the Deputy Chief of the Cyber and Intellectual Property Crimes Section of the National Security Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California. Jennie helps clients in crisis with litigation, internal investigations, law enforcement and regulatory inquiries and subpoenas, and cybersecurity and privacy incidents. In an increasingly interconnected world, Jennie understands the critical importance of safeguarding sensitive information and intellectual assets. With her extensive knowledge of cybersecurity laws, regulations, and best practices, she advises companies on proactive measures to mitigate cyber threats and provides creative solutions to surviving cyber incidents.  Prior to becoming a federal prosecutor, Jennie was a securities litigator at the largest law firm in the world devoted solely to business litigation and arbitration.

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