Data Security and Cloud Storage: Does the Email You Delete Really Disappear?
Live Webinar: Thursday, December 13, 2018
10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Central / 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Eastern
WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Join this live webinar on December 13th to earn CLE while learning about the best practices to keep your sensitive data secure and readily available for you and your team.
As of 2018, approximately 281.1 billion business emails are sent each day. Email has become an everyday reality in both our professional and personal lives, and it has brought new ethical questions, pitfalls and challenges.
Are you protecting yourself and your clients to the greatest extent? Are you storing emails properly? Do you know if your emails are discoverable? Are you conducting yourself appropriately in your email correspondence? What can and can't you say in an email and why? Are you familiar with what unwanted data can be included in a screenshot? Knowing the answer to these questions is critical for modern attorneys relying on today’s most effective and widely used form of communication.
Attend this in-depth webinar with Presenter Vincent Perryman. Mr. Perryman will give practical tips on how to not only protect yourself but also how to conduct more effective discovery.
Join us on December 13 when Vincent Perryman will discuss issues and questions such as:
- How long do emails stay on provider servers?
- Are they encrypted? And who has access to them?
- Are your emails discoverable?
- Which services should you use to store emails and other data in the cloud?
- How can you safely retain emails important to current and past cases?
About Your Presenter
J. Vincent Perryman opened his own firm after working with a well-established Memphis law firm focused on estate planning and taxation. His goal is to add value to each client's life through honest and thoughtful legal representation. Mr. Perryman is admitted to practice in Tennessee and is a member of the Memphis and Tennessee bar associations, and the Leo Bearman, Sr. American Inn of Court. He earned his B.S. degree from the University of Memphis, his LL.M. degree from the University of Washington, and his J.D. degree from the University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law.