Smith Anderson Identifies Best Practices for Confidential Data on Mobile Devices

Raleigh, N.C. - On October 4, 2013, Smith Anderson Partners Alicia Gilleskie and Travis Hockaday, along with the law firm’s Director of Technology, Lorie Beam, presented on “Threats to Confidential Data on Mobile Devices” to the North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys at its 2013 Fall Seminar in Greensboro, N.C.

The Firm’s trio of presenters was joined by Ray Hillen, the Director of the Security Practice at Secure Enterprise Computing. They identified the security risks involving mobile devices; compliance and ethical responsibilities for attorney-client communications in a mobile world; and revealed best practices for keeping firm data confidential on mobile devices.

Smith Anderson’s Data Use, Privacy and Security practice advises a wide range of local, regional, national and international technology companies, as well as marketing firms, health care enterprises, start-ups and other clients on all aspects of information privacy and security. Its lawyers provide counsel in such areas as policies and procedures, breach notice and incident response, investigations, and corporate transactions that involve the transfer of personal information. They also have deep experience structuring and negotiating complex commercial arrangements involving multi-party data access and exchange, technology development, analytics applications, licensing, and outsourcing. For more information, please visit


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