Speaking Engagement:

From Twitter to Facebook: Avoiding the Risks of Today's High-Tech Workplace

Event Information


Monday, October 24, 2011


8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Holiday Inn Capitol Plaza
300 J Street
Sacramento, CA


Credit Pending

Sponsored By:

Sacramento Employment Advisory Council (SEAC)
2011 Annual Conference


Today's workplace is inundated with technology: computers, cell phones, the Internet. Employees who access and use this technology in the workplace (and let's face it - they almost all do) expose employers to potentially unlimited liability for invasion of privacy, sexual harassment, defamation and even theft of trade secrets. In this full-day seminar, you will learn how to identify risks posed by technology, and take the necessary safeguards to minimize loss and liability. Specific topics include:

  • Employee use of technology devices while away from work
  • E-discovery for non-lawyers
  • Social media and the workplace
  • The wild west of computer forensics

KMTG Presenters:

David W. Tyra

Mr. Tyra and Ms. Packer will be joined by Don Vilfer. Mr. Vilfer is an attorney and former FBI Special Agent in charage of the White Collar Crime and Computer Crimes sqad. During his FBI career he also led a major case management team at venues from The White House to the Oklahoma City Bombing. Mr. Vilfer is now a legal instructor in computer forensics and electronic discovery.


For more information and to register, visit SEAC's website.