Approved for 2.0 hours of CLE credit, including 2.0 hours of LPM credit in Kansas.
Approve for 2.0 hours of CLE credit, including 2.0 hours of Ethics credit in Missouri.
KBA Lunch & Learn
Information Systems Storage & Security: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You
Friday, February 2, 2018
Robert L. Gernon Law Center, Topeka
11:30 AM Check-in & Lunch Provided
12:00 PM Information Systems Storage & Security
Hon. Phillip B. Journey, 18th Judicial District Court, Wichita
Maintaining computer security is a prerequisite to maintaining confidentiality of client information. In this day of computer hacking, phishing and ransomware attorneys are under more pressure than ever to defend their information systems. The basics of computer and information systems security are generally outside average attorneys’ expertise. This course is intended to acquaint the participant with some of the basic methods used to compromise information networks and how the protect their systems with backups of data and software necessary to provide a reasonable level of protection from these attacks.
1:40 PM: Program Adjourns
Hon. Judge Phillip B. Journey, 18th Judicial District. Div.1, Wichita
Known as the “techie judge” Phil has been building, repairing and maintaining computers and networks since 1984. Essentially self-taught he has insights for those less inclined. This presentation has been updated with recent developments in cyber threats and data security methods every attorney need to develop a basic understanding of in these very dangerous times. Judge Journey received his BBA Business Arts/Minor in Accounting and Economics from Washburn University. He received his Juris Doctorate from Oklahoma City University
KBA Members: $160
Printed Materials (optional): $10