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Legal Hackers Event: Stuff Startups Need to Know about Privacy & Security

The Legal Hackers meet once a month with fellow practitioners, students, educators and entrepreneurs to explore new ideas and build a thriving legal hacking community in Los Angeles.  By now you're probably heard about multiple large hacking events at Target, Neiman Marcus, Sony, and Anthem. Privacy and data security are becoming ever increasing problems for all companies--not just for Fortune 500 companies--but even for startups. In fact, we've already seen Facebook and Uber singled out for their privacy practices.

The Legal Hackers upcoming event focuses on what issues high tech founders should consider in regards to information security, privacy, and compliance when launching their business.

Event Details

Date: Thursday, May 7, 2015 ; 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Location General Assembly, 1520 2nd St, Santa Monica, CA (map)

Moderator: Stuart Pardau, Law Offices of Stuart L. Pardau & Associates

Speakers: Tanya Forsheit, Partner, Baker Hostetler ; Monica Minkle, Poms & Associates ;

Leslie Lambert, Chief Security and Strategy Officer for Gurucul, formerly CISO of Juniper Networks and Sun Microsystems

Come join this session to learn how to tackle privacy issues as a startup and learn how founders, developers, and product managers can prevent legal and reputational risks. Build your company with an eye towards privacy, otherwise you may end up with user and press backlash, lawsuits, regulatory problems, and a tarnished brand.

For more information on legal hacking? Read Dan Lear's ABA article on the national legal hacking movement. Also, if you're interested in legal hacking but don't live in LA, please visit one of our sister groups listed here.

If you want to learn more, take a look at some of the most commonly asked questions we receive about real estate crowdfunding on a daily basis and find out why so many people are crowdfunding real estate projects across the country with Patch of Land.
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