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WFH Cybersecurity Risk Management from a Legal, Business and IT Perspective

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 60 minutes
Recorded Date: February 02, 2021
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  • Service Backdrop
  • Onboarding & Logistics
  • New Normal for Security and Confidentiality
  • Remote Team/Client Management & Collaboration
  • "Now to Next" Planning
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: February 2, 2021


This CLE session is a highly relevant panel discussion on cybersecurity risk management in our new "Work From Anywhere" world in the COVID19 era. Speakers from leading law firms, managed review, hosting and cyber security companies, will discuss issues the legal community faces with remote workers.

Topics include document review planning and staffing, project initiation, management, and quality control -- all with an eye on InfoSec and data loss prevention at a moment where most contract document review attorneys are working from home. With time for participation and Q&A, session attendees will take away several rich perspectives on cybersecurity and compliance issues facing legal teams engaged in remote review projects.

This program was recorded as part of ALM's Legalweek 2021 Virtual Conference on February 2nd, 2021.

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Todd L. Mattson

Chief, Practices Systems & Services
Covington & Burling LLP

Todd Mattson has been with Covington since September of 2005 and leads the firm's practice technology and paraprofessional support functions. After practicing law in Texas, Mr. Mattson has held leadership positions at several AmLaw 100 firms. He has over 20 years of experience in practice support and technology management.

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Trisha Sircar

Partner, Privacy, Data & Cybersecurity
Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP

Trisha works with clients across all industries, including financial services, retail, education, technology and health care. She counsels them on managing and mitigating the risks associated with the collection, use and disclosure of personal data and confidential information. This involves strategizing with clients to develop and maintain a comprehensive and effective global privacy program and assisting them in assessing and managing their day-to-day privacy compliance needs and risks, including in connection with mergers and acquisitions, bankruptcy, cyber insurance coverage selection and other strategic transactions.

Trisha advises on the practical application of complex state, federal and international privacy and information security legislation, regulation and case law developments. She helps clients navigate regulatory examinations and inspections. She reviews, drafts and negotiates global privacy, data security and records management provisions in third-party contracts and cross-border data transfer agreements, as well as provides strategic guidance on vendor management. Additionally, Trisha counsels on multi-jurisdictional incident response obligations and assists with developing proactive incident response programs.

With her significant experience in the insurance sector, Trisha provides guidance related to cyber insurance coverage needs and obligations. She helps clients develop privacy, data security, technology usage, records retention and information handling governance programs, and develops written guidelines, policies, standards and procedures in compliance with the applicable US and international data protection laws, including but not limited to, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Act, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the New York Stop Hacks and Improved Electronic Data Security Act (SHIELD Act).

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John Wilson

Chief Information Security Officer

John provides expertise and expert witness services to help companies address various matters related to digital forensics and electronic discovery (eDiscovery), including leading investigations, ensuring proper preservation of evidence items and chain of custody. He develops processes, creates workflows, and leads implementation projects as well as GDPR data mapping services for clients including major financial institutions, Fortune 100 companies, AmLaw 100 law firms as well as many other organizations small and large. In addition, he provides expert witness services and consulting in matters of all sizes. His work spans some of the largest litigations and matters on record in the United States and many of the 39 countries where has worked on cases.

John is a certified forensic examiner, licensed private investigator and information technology veteran. He has over two decades of experience working with the US Government and both public and private companies. He serves clients in a variety of industries and is an advisor to outside counsel, general counsel and in-house executives on best practices.

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Jordan Ellington


Jordan Ellington has over 25 years of application development focusing on document collaboration systems for major corporate, financial services, law firms and life sciences companies.

Jordan has domain expertise in systems that comply with PCI, HIPAA, GDPR, 21 CFR Part 11, and other important security, regulatory and quality standards.

In 2017 Jordan founded the security services startup SecureReview, providing ground-breaking technology to secure remote access to highly confidential information. SecureReview is a leading provider of security services during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Jamie Berry

Executive Vice President & Business Lead, Litigation Services

Jamie joined Integreon in early 2018 and leads our Litigation Services business unit. He has spearheaded solution development that led to the creation of comprehensive solutions to address clients’ discovery and legal operations needs including Integreon’s Cyber Incident Response service and Integreon’s Subpoena Processing and Compliance service.

Jamie has developed, implemented and managed innovative strategies for eDiscovery and information management challenges that plague both law firms and corporate law departments. He routinely provides thought leadership on industry topics and enjoys collaborating with team members, peers and clients to create effective and efficient solutions for the industry.

Over his 20-year career, Jamie has held various leadership positions within the law firm and legal services provider sectors. Prior to joining Integreon, he was a Senior Vice President at UnitedLex Corporation and previously served as a Managing Director at Huron Consulting Group and Capstone Advisory Group. Prior to those companies, Jamie directed eDiscovery and litigation consulting services at Navigant Consulting, Thomson Reuters. Initially, after graduating from law school, Jamie was the global litigation support manager for DLA Piper.

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