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Passing a Client Security Audit: 9 Steps to Mitigate Risk

Has your firm ever been asked to participate in a security audit by a client or potential client? Do you know if you could pass it? Increasingly firms are under pressure to show that they can mitigate risk and protect client data that is subject to regulations like HIPAA, SOX, PCI, Gram Leach Bliley and FFIEC. Legal industry experts support a data protection framework that addresses how to effectively respond to client security audits. In this seminar you will learn how to identify gaps that might exist in your current IT practices, how to assess and strengthen preventative and restorative data security strategies, and determine how to discuss this framework with your IT team and managing partners. Join us as we discuss nine steps to take to mitigate IT risk, protect your firm's reputation and respond to audits with confidence. Speakers: Jeff Ton, Bluelock's Executive Vice President of Product and Service Development, is responsible for driving the company's product strategy and service vision and strategy. Jeff has over 30 years of experience in business and information technology. Patrick Spencer is responsible for helping organizations increase resiliency and improve data protection to transform their datacenter to meet the needs of their respective organizations. With over 25 years in commercial banking, enterprise software and cloud technology, Pat has gained extensive knowledge with highly regulated industries. 1.5 IL PR-MCLE Credit, subject to approval In-person pricing: $0 CLE-Advantage and Law Student Members/$25 Gov't Member/$30 Member/$60 Nonmember ($10 onsite registration fee applies) See Webcast pricing online To register, go to or 312-554-2056.


Time:12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Location:The Chicago Bar Association
321 S. Plymouth Ct.
Chicago, IL 60604

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