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July 8, 2016 (Cy-Pher) -- Lisa Sotto, Partner at Hunton & Williams LLP, Mark Seifert, Partner at the Brunswick Group, Donald G. Aplin, Managing Editor of Privacy & Data Security News at Bloomberg BNA and Kevin Chalker, Founder and CEO of GRA Quantum em...

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Should Competence In Data Security Be An Ethical Obligation For Law Firms? | Cy-pher

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July 8, 2016 (Cy-Pher) -- Lisa Sotto, Partner at Hunton & Williams LLP, Mark Seifert, Partner at the Brunswick Group, Donald G. Aplin, Managing Editor of Privacy & Data Security News at Bloomberg BNA and Kevin Chalker, Founder and CEO of GRA Quantum emphasize the importance for law firms and other industries to get on the same page on security and data protection measures and not wait for guidance from the government. With law firms’ religious adherence to ethics, should being competent in data security be an ethical obligation? Read more at MimesisLaw.com Mimesis Law covers the business, practice and culture of law. Mimesis Labs partners with companies and organizations to design, create and leverage video content. Lee Pacchia is the Founder and CEO.
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