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Cloud Computing and The Law: What You Need to Know

Summary

Webinar Recording

Recording Price: $299.00

(Includes Proprietary Materials)

With cloud computing solutions being widely used in business and the legal industry, the risks attached are continually evolving, putting your clients and their data in constant jeopardy. How can you protect your clients and stay on the cusp of the latest emerging legal challenges, including developing licensing agreements, ensuring protection of corporate assets and mitigating privacy risks? Join us for this 90-minute webinar where you will discover:

  • Cloud computing essentials: Risks, dangers and due diligence issues
  • Keys to structuring and negotiating a cloud computing agreement
  • How to ensure protection of corporate assets and confidential data
  • Ways your clients and your firm can reap the benefits of cloud computing
  • Privacy and security issues to address NOW or face major problems LATER
  • Critical issues with E-Discovery and legal jurisdictional challenges

Program Highlights

  • Cloud Computing Agreements: The Nuts and Bolts When Using the Cloud

    • Keys to structuring and negotiating a cloud computing agreement
    • Top 10 cloud computing agreement red-flags to avoid
    • Where privacy and security risk breaks down in cloud agreements
    • Representations and warranties, software maintenance, and upgrade issues
  • Looking Deeper at Potential Cloud Risks: Security, Privacy and Data Control

    • Advantages and critical legal risks involved with cloud computing
    • How to ensure protection of corporate assets and confidential data
    • Best practices for increased security: How to asses and prevent risks
    • Risk identification and mitigation issues: Threats from cloud providers
  • Cloud Computing and the Law: E-Discovery, Breaches and Retention

    • ABA model rules on ethics: Competence and confidentiality
    • Challenges that you could confront in the E-discovery process
    • Data Breaches: Who has a legal obligation to send a notice of a breach
    • Jurisdiction: In case of a data breach which law applies
    • Issues of preservation, retention and disposal of information
  • Live Question & Answer Session - Have your questions answered by the expert!

About The Speaker

Joseph J Bambara, Esq., CIPP/US has a private practice as Counsel for law firms, affiliate marketing, media and technology firms. He is expert in developing blockchain ICO's, business organization, privacy policy, Cloud and IOT agreements, trademark/copyright applications, notice and compliance, eDiscovery and cyberSecurity for media, advertising, retailing and big data, as well as software licensing/contracting for all platforms (enterprise, mobile, and client). He is expert in legal compliance with State and Federal laws, including ECPA, HIPAA, COPPA, CAN-SPAM, TCPA and DMCA.

  • In a parallel career, he is an Entrepreneur/Technologist for architectural and software development firms. He has a Master's degree in Computer Science and has architecture and development experience in cloud computing, blockchain, IOT, cyber security, banking, financial, manufacturing, healthcare and legal applications.
  • He is the author of McGraw Hills's "Blockchain: A Practical Guide to Developing Business, Law, and Technology Solutions" as well as 10 other internationally published books on software development covering the Blockchain, Java, SQL and related technologies.
  • He is the co-chair of the New York County Lawyers Association Law and Technology Committee. Mr. Bambara is a frequent speaker on legal cloud computing issues and has taught courses on all aspects of the law and enterprise and mobile development in cities worldwide.

Program Benefits

Discover proven strategies on how to effectively navigate the legal risks of cloud computing and successful tips to protect your clients and your firm.