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    Posted by Callie Sierra
    19 April 2017

    It’s time for law firms to take a reality check on cybersecurity. With the rise in malicious activity, combined with clients’ growing concern about cybersecurity, law firms need to take a long, hard look at their security and compliance practices.

     

    A recent survey by the British Chambers of Commerce found that 42% of big businesses had fallen victim to cyber crime within the last 12 months. As corporate clients strengthen their stance around security, they are going to expect their law firms to match their posture. So, it’s no surprise that security is top-of-mind for today’s firms. Yet, many still struggle to manage their data and security risks.

     

    If you’re one of those firms, join us at the upcoming Future Lawyer Summit, 4 May, London. Sysero’s Phil Ayton will be presenting as part of session titled “Cyber-Security, Data Risk, Training & Compliance.” He’ll be joined by co-panelists Charles Christian, Founding Editor at Legal IT Insider & Gonzo News, and Ilia Kolochenko, CEO & Founder at High-Tech Bridge.

    The session will explore how firms can effectively safeguard systems and data, and better manage firm risk, including:

     

    ·      Cyber incident response

    ·      Becoming GDPR compliance

    ·      Dealing with sensitive client data outside the EU directives

    ·      Controlling access to the documents and client data within the firm and outside of it

    ·      Alternative training practices

    ·      Protecting client information through technology

     

    For more information about the event or to book your ticket, visit Future Lawyer Summit. We hope to see you there!

    SummaryIt’s time for law firms to take a reality check on cybersecurity. With the rise in malicious activity, combined with clients’ growing concern about cybersecurity, law firms need to take a long, hard look at their security and compliance practices.
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    Publish DateApr 2017
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