Tutorials | Questions Answered
Many professionals who visit this blog are looking for education on electronic records or technology law. Mr. Wright can deliver custom tutorials on the topics important to you right now. A tutorial can be one hour, two hours, a half-day, or more.
Benjamin Wright has much experience training professionals on such topics as e-discovery, e-record privacy, data security law, cyber defense investigations, record retention policies, BYOD, e-commerce records and contracts, and more.
Now he delivers this continuing professional education on a tailored, as-needed basis. Tell him what interests you, and he will work with you to develop a curriculum and a delivery plan. The number of students could be one, two, 100, or more.
The method of delivery could be Webex, on-site, telephone conference, or something else, depending your needs and resources. A tutorial could combine lecture and interactive Q & A.
To discuss, please call Mr. Wright at 1.214.403.6642.
Price would depend on many factors, such as the length of seminar time, the medium of delivery, out-of-pocket expenses, and the amount of advanced preparation involved. A one-hour briefing by Mr. Wright to a small audience (delivered by telephone call you initiate) on a topic for which he already has material, could cost as little as $375.
Continuing Professional Education Credit
Many professionals – auditors, lawyers, investigators, accountants, records managers, security professionals -- need continuing professional education (CPE and CLE) hours. Mr. Wright's tutorials are of a quality to support the granting of credit. Mr. Wright will be happy to sign a letter confirming that any particular professional participated in a seminar. However, the application for and obtaining of credit will be the responsibility of the individual professional.
Rules for continuing legal education credit vary by jurisdiction. Often an attorney can obtain credit by applying for it after attending a seminar.
Mr. Wright and Messaging Architects deliver an in-house workshop for developing enterprise policy on BYOD and the retention, destruction and management of electronic records, especially e-mail.
Statement from Andrew Scygiel, Merck & Co., Inc. to Mr. Wright: "Thanks again for a great class and very insightful information. You have really changed my view of records and I have 'aspired' to be much more aware of our policy and how today's climate can affect us."
As senior legal instructor at the SANS Institute, Mr. Wright emphasizes that -- in response to an IT security incident -- an effective public message is just as critical as the technical and legal responses.