Cyber+ Section

Cybersecurity, Data Privacy & Emerging Technologies

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Launched in December 2018, the Cyber+ Section aims to:

1 - Provide a forum to address the developments in cyber security, data privacy and emerging technologies and their impact on the practice of law.

2 - Serve as a facilitator, connecting the legal profession with the many technology organizations and vendors in the community.

3 - Assist and educate lawyers with Continuing Legal Education programs and CMBA Bar Journal articles, including partnering with other CMBA Sections, Committee and the Law Firm 2040 Task Force.

4 - Provide networking and business development opportunities for members.

5 - Partner with the CMBA on pro bono and community service efforts. 

6 - Support the efforts of the law schools and their student initiatives.

Why Should You Join the Section?  Hear from one of our members!

“I am very glad to have recently attended my first CPETS event. It was a discussion of the Ohio Data Protection Act, which creates a safe harbor for businesses to use as an affirmative defense following a data breach. While cybersecurity and emerging technologies might seem unapproachable, that was not the case at this event. The speakers were knowledgeable, clear, and entertaining. I am looking forward to attending the next CPETS event!”

--Melissa Bilancini, C|M Law, Class of  2019

 

How to Join

It's easy for CMBA members! 

Click here to email CMBA staff, or call us at 216-696-3525.  Section dues of $35 will be billed starting July 1, 2020.

Not a CMBA Member?  Visit www.CleMetroBar.org/Membership for more info on how CMBA membership can benefit you!

Activities

Bar Journal

Section members will provide quarterly articles for the CMBA Bar Journal. 

CLE Programs

We sponsor informative, innovative CLE programs and luncheon meetings on important topics, providing a convenient venue for our members to obtain continuing legal education and information on current developments. Live online programming has now become more pertinent, making it easier to ascertain speakers and deliver content in a more expedient fashion.

Email us your topic and speaker suggestions here.

Monthly Meetings

We intend on meeting less frequently, but more purposefully. Cyber+ is set to meet once every two months in order to touch base with members and to provide timely programming that will sometimes offer CLE.

Free Webinar on Thursday, July 23 at Noon via Zoom
Cyber Threats Targeting Practitioners and Clients During the COVID-19

Resources

Below are resources that may be of interest to Section members:

Analysis of the Ohio Data Protection Act White Paper

The Sedona Conference Commentary on Application of Attorney-Client Privilege and Work-Product Protection to Documents and Communications Generated in the Cybersecurity Context, Public Comment Version

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Officers

 
 
   
Brad Wolfe
  Tom Moran
  Dan Messeloff
Chair   Vice Chair   Head of Programming
Friedman & Nemecek, L.L.C.
  Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard and Smith LLP
  Tucker Ellis LLP