Disruptionware: A New and Dangerous Cyber Threat Targeting Your Business in the Era of COVID-19
Faegre Drinker’s Jason G. Weiss and Peter W. Baldwin looked at the foundations of disruptionware and why it is so dangerous. Along the way, Jason and Pete discussed tips and tricks critical to identifying disruptionware, mitigating risk and responding in the wake of an attack.
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- California – 1.25 participatory hours of general credit;
- Colorado – 1.5 live hours of general credit;
- Connecticut – 1.25 reciprocal hours of general credit;
- Delaware – 1.25 hours of general credit;
- Illinois – 1.25 hours of general credit;
- Indiana – 1.25 distance hours of substantive general credit;
- Iowa – 1.25 hours of general credit;
- Minnesota – 1.25 hours of general credit;
- New Jersey – 1.5 distance hours of CLE credit;
- New York – 1.25 non-traditional hours of professional practice credit for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys;
- Pennsylvania – 1.0 live of substantive law, practice, and procedure CLE credit; and
- Texas – 1.25 hours of general credit.
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