Onsite IT: Risky Business?

Onsite IT: Risky Business?

As a lawyer, you are charged with protecting the interests of your clients, which includes safeguarding their sensitive data and maintaining delivery of quality service. In this day and age, in order to meet these professional obligations your firm requires secure, reliable IT.

Security Best Practices for Law Firm Professionals

Security Best Practices for Law Firm Professionals

A client data breach is a nightmare scenario for legal professionals, and yet recent statistics show that the majority of security breaches are actually facilitated by employees themselves.

Key Considerations for Managing Law Firm Mobile Devices

Key Considerations for Managing Law Firm Mobile Devices

Effective device management is a balancing act between risk, productivity and firm culture: one size doesn’t fit all. In this article we look at common approaches to device management and present key considerations for developing an effective BYOD policy.

 

Protect Your Firm with Two-Factor Authentication

Protect Your Firm with Two-Factor Authentication

Why you should consider a second layer of security for your firm and client data:

It’s hard to overstate the importance of data security for law firms, particularly as reports of cyber attacks and fraudulent schemes regularly pour in.

How to Spot a Phishing Email

How to Spot a Phishing Email
Law firms are prime targets for fraud and cyberattacks, and incidents are on the rise across the globe, including here in Canada.
 
Not only do lawyers and their staff safeguard sensitive information that can bring a high price on the black market, but they can also provide hackers with a path to a more valuable target: corporate and institutional clients.
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