Welcome to the Dark Web CLE & Young Alumni/Alumnae Committee's Quarterly Mix-and-Mingle Event
The School of Law is hosting its first Continuing Legal Education opportunity at its Atlanta facility. The 1.5 hour CLE is titled "Welcome to the Dark Web: The Threat to Your Clients, Your Organization, and You" and will highlight the threat of you and your client's personal and business information being for sale on the Dark Web. After the CLE, the school's Young Alumni/Alumnae Committee will host its quarterly mix-and-mingle event to which all attendees are invited. Special guests include U.S. District Court Judge Timothy C. Batten Sr. (J.D.'84), the school's Atlanta Instructor-in-Residence, and other law school faculty.
Computer Forensic Services' Chief Technology Officer Mark Lanterman will lead the CLE and says the real question is not if your personal information or your client's data is going to be sold or used, but when and how. He will define the Dark Web and why it is dangerous as well as explore current developments in the digital underground and provide concrete advice for protecting your clients, your organization and yourself. Additionally, Lanterman will discuss recent high-profile cybercrime events - including website breaches affecting a variety of organizations and sectors - and address threats that can affect individuals involving the Dark Web, the Internet of Things, phishing and Wi-Fi attacks. He will also demonstrate the value of leveraging digital evidence and ESI in the courtroom.
UGA School of Law student attendance is free. Please note there will be a transport bus for students to Atlanta and back to Athens. Transportation is limited, and students will be accommodated in the order in which they register. Any students who plan to attend should register in Symplicity Events (https://law-uga-csm.symplicity.com/) or via email (email@example.com).