Kermit Wallace was quoted in the Legaltech News article, "Firms May Still Be Adopting Their Old Tools, Let Alone New Ones." The article discusses that without clear cut incentives or accountability measures in place, law firms may be struggling to successfully drive the adoption of existing tech solutions in their arsenal, which makes it difficult to know whether the issue is with the way the tool was rolled out inside the firm, or the product itself.
Day Pitney is currently focusing on bolstering the adoption of the tech solutions that are already in their portfolio.
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On October 15, Jonathan Zelig served as a panelist on the topic, "Ransomware: Exposures and Opportunities," at the 2020 Massachusetts Insurance and Reinsurance Bar Association's Fall Symposium.
Day Pitney and the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Northeast Chapter co-hosted a virtual roundtable, "Basic Tech and Cyber Competency for In-House Counsel," on September 23.
Day Pitney Counsel Steven Cash will serve as featured panelist for the webinar "Decisional Advantage and Intelligence."
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Effective January 1, 2020, the new privacy law in California, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), will impact companies nationwide. Recent actions by the California Governor and Attorney General have provided some much needed clarity as to the law’s requirements to assist companies in their compliance preparations.
Chief Information Officer Kermit Wallace was quoted in the Legaltech News articles, "Security, Stress and Schedules: How Collaboration Tools Are Changing Legal's Culture," and, "4 Unintended Problems Created by Pandemic Tech Adoption."
Eliza Fromberg was quoted in the article, "Personal Messaging Channels Pose Compliance Cybersecurity Risks," published by FundFire.
Kermit Wallace, CIO of Day Pitney, was quoted in Legaltech News article, "Good Help Is (Still) Hard to Find in Legal IT and Cybersecurity."
On March 18, Kermit Wallace spoke with Law.com about the ever-growing concerns of cyber scams as COVID-19 continues its assault.