Andrew Stockment was one of the presenters for “Cybersecurity, Ethics and Liability: How to Protect Yourself in the Tangled World Wide Web” at the 127th Annual Meeting of The Virginia Bar Association on January 21, 2017. The program was approved by the Virginia State Bar for 1.5 hours (0.5 ethics) of CLE credits. Topics included:
- Ethical Obligations for Lawyers Regarding Technology and Cybersecurity
- Data Breach Notification Requirements for Law Firms
- Confidentiality in Cloud Services
- What is the Internet of Everything (IoE) and Why Should I Care?
- IoE – the Good (Connected Homes!), the Bad (DDOS Attacks!), the Ugly (No Rules or Regulations!)
- IoE – What’s Next and How to Get Ready for It
- Cyber Liability and Insurance Coverage
To learn more or to register, visit: vba.org/vbaannual2017.
Andrew focuses his legal practice on intellectual property and technology, cybersecurity and data privacy, and corporate and business law. Andrew regularly counsels clients regarding data security and privacy issues and assists organizations with data breach notification compliance. He currently serves on the VBA Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law Section Council and the VBA Board of Governoers, and he is the Chair-Elect of the VBA Young Lawyers Division.