The Federal Bar Association is hosting a Webinar/CLE featuring Privacy World’s Ericka Johnson and Colin Jennings on January 18, 2023 at 1pm EST.

Given the proliferation of litigation stemming from cybersecurity incidents, organizations need to understand how to protect a forensic report prior to responding to an incident. A forensic report is normally prepared by a cybersecurity firm following a thorough investigation into the nature and scope of a company’s cybersecurity incident. A report will generally identify areas in which a company’s IT defenses were not compliant with best practices, regulations and/or industry standards – all evidence plaintiffs’ counsel desire to substantiate their claims.  To learn how to protect your forensic report from discovery, join Squire Patton Boggs’ Cybersecurity Response and Litigation Team for a two-hour CLE covering:

  • An overview of the attorney-client privilege and the attorney work-product doctrine and its application to forensic reports
  • Recent case law regarding the discoverability of forensic reports
  • Best practices to establish and preserve Privilege of forensic report
  • Practical application of concepts to common incident response scenarios

While there is a $195.00 fee to join this event, Privacy World readers can receive free access using the Code: SquiPattBogCLE

For details and registration information, visit
Best Practices to Defend Work-Product Status and Attorney-Client Privilege of Forensic Reports – Federal Bar Association (