Upcoming Risk Roundtable Meeting Set for San Francisco (Hosted by Orrick)

The third event in our Fall Roundtable series has been scheduled. It's set for October 25th in San Francisco, hosted by Orrick. Industry developments continue to raise the profile of risk and compliance issues — particularly with information risk management, where rising client expectations, evolving professional standards and new regulations create new challenges and dangers. In this context, it's vitally important that risk professionals continue to take steps to understand this changing landscape and minimize firm exposure. The Risk Roundtable provides a forum for risk, IT and related professionals to connect in a collaborative environment. Sessions will explore topics including: Communicating the implications and potential exposure tied to the expanding information risk landscape Review of news stories, issues, trends and developments affecting law firm risk management An update on the Risk Roundtable Compliance Consortium, including an overview specific industry risk response guidelines under development An open forum for peer discussion, exchange and networking We run an informal survey of registrants prior to each meeting to identify issues the group would like to discuss. (If interest exists, we can provide a summary of the September New York Roundtable on ISO 27001 for law firms.) Event attendance is by invitation only and is limited to qualified law firms and personnel. Please contact dan@riskroundtable.com for more details.

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