Cyber Security in Law Firms

In today’s increasingly digitized world, cyber security is an extremely hot topic for lawyers. Law firms are becoming targets for competitive intelligence and “hacktivists”. Losing control of confidential information can quickly undermine a firm's reputation, destroying clients’ and public trust. Make sure you are armed with the latest updates and strategies to protect your law firm’s network security. Take advantage of these valuable resources which explore cyber-insurance, data breaches and much more!

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Recognizing and Mitigating Threats to Law Firm Data Security

High profile data breaches at Yahoo and Facebook are cogent examples that a business’ records and client data can be lost in an instant, resulting in serious legal and business consequences.  Law firms face no less risk of exposure and need proactive data security and data breach prevention strategies to guard solicitor-client confidentiality.  With data breaches escalating in recent years, you need to attend this program to ensure you are aware of the trends and preventative strategies in law firm data security. 

Cybersecurity: Best Practices for Protecting Your Law Firm or Legal Practice

Original Program Date - March 31, 2015

Whether or not you have a paperless office, the reality of legal practice today is that significant quantities of confidential information is stored in electronic formats. While advances in technology provide opportunities for you to increase your practice efficiency, such opportunities come with inherent risks as cybercriminals identify law firms and legal practices as a goldmine of confidential information. Unintentional “data leakage” can also threaten the confidentiality of your electronic data.

Everything You Ever Needed to Know about Data Breaches: Risks and Mitigation Strategies

Original Program Date - Feb. 5, 2015

Privacy breaches may result in a host of negative consequences, including investigations and prosecutions, penalties and class action lawsuits, political fallout, negative press, reputational harms, and lost profits.  All organizations that collect, use or disclose personal information run the risk of encountering a data breach.  Gain critical insights on how to help your clients minimize the legal, financial and other risks associated with privacy breaches with this essential program.