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February 10, 2021

ZOOM Meeting: Ethical Challenges in the New Remote Workplace & Cybercrime, the Changing Intersection of Law, Ethics and Technology and the Impact on Investigators
February 10, 2021
8:30 AM - 11:15 AM
ZOOM Meeting


February 10, 2021 Quarterly Ethics Training Session

$0.00 Member Ticket to the Zoom Meeting

$15.00 Non-Member Ticket to the Zoom Meeting

You will receive 3 Ethics CPE for attending this Zoom meeting. 

You MUST register for the Zoom separately.  The link will be in the registration confirmation email that you receive.

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Session #1 Title:  Ethical Challenges in the New Remote Workplace

Session Description (8:30 am - 9:45 am):

The work from home environment has not alleviated ethical challenges in the new workplace. Training, communicating and holding employees responsible is now more important then ever. It's time to go back to the basics in order to reach employees, but how in this new world? We'll explore reimagining tried and true training and communication techniques from before times to fit into today's world of isolated employees, meetings via video, and unrelenting stress.

Suzan McGinnis is a trained attorney and an ethics and compliance professional with over 15 years of experience in global corporate organizations. Suzan has extensive experience in ethics office management, developing training and awareness programs, policies and procedures, Codes of Conduct, conflicts of interest, and gift and vendor relationship management. Suzan now focuses on serving Rethink’s client community, providing Code, policy, and assessment services on a cross-sector basis.

Prior to joining Rethink, Suzan worked in-house as Director of Ethics and Compliance in global consumer retailers. In those roles she worked across the organization leading compliance and ethics projects. Including policies, programs, and training across the company, consistent with applicable laws, regulatory guidelines, and organizational values. She also managed policy development initiatives, including an annual update of ethics policies, and procedures from conflict of interest to anti-bribery and confidentiality, as well as the development of annual revisions of Codes of Ethics. In these roles, Suzan led and participated in compliance and ethics investigations in response to hotline inquiries, prepared Board reports summarizing the status of the compliance and ethics program, managed the conflicts of interest disclosure and resolution process and oversaw the misconduct reporting hotlines.

Before obtaining her law degree and entering the compliance and ethics arena, Suzan was an Academic Librarian.

Education

  • D., Hamline University
  • L.I.S., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • A., Augustana College

Recent publications  leadership

  • McGinnis, Suzan D., and Jinger A. Gustafson, “Perfecting the recipe for your ethical culture assessment ‘sauce’”. CEP, Minneapolis, MN. October 2020.
  • McGinnis, Suzan D., and Jinger A. Gustafson, “Can Choices Be This Simple: Survival or Status?” ethikos, Minneapolis, MN. July 2020.

 

Session #2 Title:  Cybercrime, the Changing Intersection of Law, Ethics and Technology and the Impact on Investigators

Session Description (10:00 am - 11:15 am):

You've read the headlines. Unfortunately, the question now is not if your information is going to be accessed or stolen, but when. To inform the attendees of current developments in the digital underground as well as provide realistic advice for cyber protection, Mark Lanterman will be discussing recent high-profile cybercrime events, including website breaches impacting a variety of organizations and sectors. Mark will discuss particularly dangerous types of threats that might affect individuals involving the Dark Web, the Internet of Things, phishing, and Wi-Fi attacks; Mark will demonstrate the value of leveraging digital evidence and ESI in the courtroom.
 
Mark will also discuss the changing intersection of law, ethics, and technology and the impact on investigators. 

Mark Lanterman is the Chief Technology Officer at Computer Forensic Services. Before entering the private sector, Mark was a member of the U.S. Secret Service Electronic Crimes Taskforce. Mark has 28 years of security and forensic experience and has testified in over 2000 cases. Mark is faculty for the Federal Judicial Center in Washington, D.C., the National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada, the University of Minnesota and the Mitchell Hamline Law School. Mark is a professor in the cybersecurity program at the St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Mark has provided training in digital evidence, computer forensics and cyber security to the United States Supreme Court.  Mark completed his postgrad studies in cybersecurity at Harvard University and is certified as a Seized Computer Evidence Recovery Specialist (SCERS) by the Department of Homeland Security.  Mark is a member of the Minnesota Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board and serves as Chairman of its Opinions Committee.

Future Meetings

February 10, 2021

ZOOM Meeting: Ethical Challenges in the New Remote Workplace & Cybercrime, the Changing Intersection of Law, Ethics and Technology and the Impact on Investigators

February 10, 2021
8:30 AM - 11:15 AM

ZOOM Meeting



February 10, 2021 Quarterly Ethics Training Session