"Protecting Knowledge Assets — Case and Method for a New Portfolio," State Bar of Georgia CLE, January 2017.
The almost universal failure of organizations to protect "crown jewel" knowledge assets in a time of targeted cyber attacks on those assets is soon to end due to a new annual survey exposing that failure. The study's authors, featuring leading cybersecurity and privacy researcher Larry Ponemon, first summarize epic vulnerabilities, prioritization failures and communication gaps revealed by the survey. Then they offer a detailed six-point framework to address those findings and the expanded portfolio for lawyers seeking to protect their clients' most important assets in the information age. Presented by Dr. Larry Ponemon, Audra Dial and Jon Neiditz.
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