The first day of the New York State Bar Association 2019 Tech Summit included sessions on topics that spanned the gambit from the ways cybercriminals operate, simple solutions that firms can use to protect themselves from cyberthreats, and how to approach new forms of digital evidence.

While several sessions aimed to educate attorneys on today’s tech and regulatory landscape, there were also many insights that would surprise even the most well-versed tech lawyer. Here are three highlights from the day one of the conference:

High-Tech Threats, Low-Tech Solutions

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