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Electronic Monitoring of Employees; Cybersecurity and Protection of Data

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Professionalism (Ethics, etc.): 1.0
1 hour
Substantive: 0.25
15 minutes
David Canton
Gordon Lee
Middlesex Law Association
75 minutes
$129.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

Gordon Lee provides information on the importance of cybersecurity and protecting data. David Canton presents Electronic Monitoring of Employees.


David Canton

David Canton is a business lawyer and trademark agent with a practice at Harrison Pensa focusing on technology issues and technology companies. David advises on information technology and e-business matters such as software licenses, outsourcing agreements, consulting agreements, intellectual property, technology transfer, privacy, social media law, anti-spam law, internet, web site and e-business issues - both for those creating and for those using technology. David also leads the Technology and Privacy Law Group. David is the co-author of Legal Landmines in e-Commerce, McGraw-Hill, 2002, blogs at hptechlaw.com and is a regular contributor to the Slaw.ca blog. David was included in The Lawyer’s Weekly list of 24 of “Canada’s top legal social media influencers" and has been included in the Who's Who Legal Top IT Lawyers (2014) and the Who’s Who Top Technology, Media, and Telecommunications Lawyers (2016, 2017). Bachelor of Laws, Computer Science Major, University of Western Ontario

Gordon Lee

Gordon Lee has held a variety of management and technical positions in high-tech, working for companies such as IBM and Nortel. He specialized in the adoption of new technologies and deployment into growth industries. After a 25 year professional career, Gordon entered academia and taught post-secondary courses at UOIT and Seneca. His field of expertise is cybercrime, and students have included police forces, law enforcement, and business professionals, in North America and abroad. Gordon has a Bachelors in Engineering and MBA from the University of Toronto and a PhD in Education.

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