San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
IT SEMINAR SERIES
Lunch will be provided!
As you know from the Fall seminar “Backup, Backup, Backup”, backing up your computer is one means of “practicing safe computing”. But there’s so much more to “practicing safe computing”, such as protecting yourself from hackers, data theft, phishing attempts, malware, social engineering and more.
Lawyers often not just have their own data on their computer but also their client's data as well. Rule 1.6 of the ABA Rules of Professional Conduct, Confidentiality of Information, “requires a lawyer to act competently to safeguard information relating to the representation of a client against unauthorized access by third parties”.
Dean Moore will give the audience examples of what to look for in phishing attempts, malware, adware and give advice on password security, two factor authentication and physical device security.
Questions? Please visit the IT website at http://law.sc.edu/it/.
When & Where
USC School of Law Information Technology
Questions concerning computing and IT support should be addressed to Gary Moore (Assistant Dean for Academic Technology, Room 219F, 803-777-8296), Jim Epting (Director of Computing Services, Room 219D, 803-777-5106), or Deborah Murdaugh (Computer Support Specialist, Room 219B, 803-777-8262).