Cloud computing allows legal professionals to run their practices more efficiently and economically. However, what should lawyers and their clients be aware of when hosting confidential data on a third-party cloud service?
Our panellists explored the risks and rewards of cloud computing in the FLIP Inquiry Series: Cloud. Topics covered included:
- What is cloud computing and what are the benefits
- Risk management, corporate governance and insurance issues
- Third-party access to data
- What happens when it goes wrong
- Legal obligations to consider
- Contractual implications
- Graham Jefferson, CEO, NTT Cloud Services | READ BIO
- Lyn Nicholson, General Counsel Corporate & Commercial, Holding Redlich | READ BIO
- Clayton Noble, Senior Legal Counsel, Microsoft Australia | READ BIO
- David Vaile, Executive Director - Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, UNSW Law and Australian Privacy Foundation Chairman | READ BIO
- Linden Barnes, Senior Ethics Solicitor, The Law Society of New South Wales | READ BIO
- Moderator, Elizabeth Espinosa, President, The Law Society of New South Wales | READ BIO
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