Looking for Insights from Experts? We Have a Webinar for That

With the ever-changing nature of cybersecurity, forensics, and legal technology, we believe in the importance of continually educating and engaging those in our industry and our communities. As part of this commitment, we are excited to make our webinars available on-demand. Through thought-provoking conversations with industry experts, we cover topics as diverse as how to protect your business from data loss to how to protect remote workers from cyber threats. We hope that the ability to listen to our industry experts at your own pace will provide valuable insights to industry developments and beyond. Enjoy!

Webinars

Just as security experts work collaboratively to develop new defenses against cyber threats, hackers are corresponding with one another to find new ways gain access to your sensitive data. This includes sharing information on the dark web on how to bypass common compliance regulations and cybersecurity frameworks. Learn how hackers build out target profiles leading up to an attack, as well as how to defend your network through penetration testing during this informational webinar.

Everybody knows that a data breach is an inevitable part of business in today’s technological age. But how a company reacts to and manages this stressful situation will ultimately determine how well it will weather the storm. Compare responses from Company A and Company B leading up to, during, and months after the initial compromise during this discussion. Do you know how well would your company fair during a data breach?

Many businesses have been relying on cyber insurance to transfer risk. Consequently, the cyber insurance marketplace is responding with new requirements for businesses to document their cybersecurity defenses, practices and controls. Without establishing certain controls, businesses face increased premiums, higher deductibles, lower coverage limits, and a potential non-renewal. Learn how to lower your cyber insurance premiums and overall risk during this informational webinar.

The use of digital forensics and eDiscovery in litigation is rapidly expanding as electronically stored information (ESI) continues to be created. In the Rittenhouse trial, digital forensics was brought into the spotlight for the legal community, exposing the common misconceptions and pitfalls associated with digital data. Learn what went wrong and how to avoid these missteps during this informational webinar.

There’s no denying the significance that mobile devices play in our lives and the amount of information they hold. This is also true of social media, with the rise of its usage.  As a result, mobile devices and social media are quickly becoming an integral part of the eDiscovery process. Learn how digital forensics is adapting to these constantly changing data sources during this informational webinar.

As more federal contracts begin incorporating the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) directly into their contracts, organizations that are proactively taking steps to meet those requirements will have an advantage against their competitors. Learn how to take those steps by managing your third-party risk and securing your digital supply chain during this informational webinar.

Digital Forensics 101:
5 Things You Need to Know to Speak Conversational Forensics

Digital forensics can be utilized in many scenarios, including but not limited to employee data theft, litigation holds, regulatory requests, incident response, and data recovery. This introductory overview will help you be better prepared in the event your client or organization finds themselves in a situation requiring an expert. Learn more during this informational webinar.

Remote Work and Cybersecurity:
Supporting Employees Amid a Pandemic

As concerns over the coronavirus continue to increase across the United States, many employees are either being offered the opportunity or being required to work from home to help minimize exposure. Cybercriminals are taking advantage of this new remote workforce, and attacks are increasing. Remote work, however, can be done securely with the proper procedures, training, and technology in place. Learn how during this informational webinar.