Online Course 2 Quiz

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  • Neither the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct nor the Tennessee Rules of Professional Conduct Lawyers require a lawyer to notify former clients of data breaches of their offices that reveal their client confidential information.
  • The ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct and the Tennessee Rules of Professional Conduct both require lawyers to make “reasonable efforts” to protect against data breaches or hacks affecting client confidential information.
  • The ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct and the Tennessee Rules of Professional Conduct both require lawyers to make “reasonable efforts” to monitor their electronic systems and devices for data breaches or hacks.
  • The ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct and the Tennessee Rules of Professional Conduct require lawyers to notify all clients and former clients of any data breach of hack of their systems that put client confidential information at risk.
  • Tennessee Rules of Professional Conduct 1.1 requires lawyers to be competent in their knowledge and use of technology in their law practice.
  • The Comments to Tennessee Rules of Professional Conduct 1.6 make clear that the cost of employing cybersecurity safeguards is not a relevant considering in determining what would constitute a lawyer’s required “reasonable efforts” in protecting client confidential information.
  • State “data breach notification” laws may affect how and whether a lawyer must communicate to clients and others facts about data breaches or incidents in her law practice.
  • Using any mainstream electronic hardware product or software service, like Microsoft Office 365, and using it with the default settings offered by the company that sells it, raises a presumption that protect the lawyer against charges of disciplinary misconduct if client confidential information is hacked.
  • The standard of care for lawyers clearly does not require that lawyers encrypt client confidential data, whether the data “at rest” or “in transit.”
  • “Two-factor” or “multi-factor authentication” provides strong protection against “ransomware.”
  • Both the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct and the Tennessee Rules of Professional Conduct Lawyers prohibit a lawyer from using public wifi for client confidential information.
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