Attorneys need to protect their client files, etc.,
from cyber attacks. This is a huge – and growing – problem, as cyber attackers
constantly change their methodology. However, 62% of law firms with ten or fewer
attorneys have no cybersecurity defenses whatsoever.
In this significant January 3, 2020, 1-hour program,
Esquire describes the many ways in which attorneys' client files, etc., are
exposed to cyber attacks and provides important practical suggestions of how to
Mr. Pedersen, Principal of Pedersen Law, APLC,
in Irvine, California, has practiced employment law for over thirty years. He
also taught for many years as an adjunct law professor on several topics,
including Law Practice Management.
Major topics include:
Importance of This Topic
Types of Cyber Threats
Typical Situations Where Data Security Is An Issue
Current Statistics of Cyber Attacks
Why Lawyers and Law Firms Are Targeted
Practical Practices and Procedures to Protect Your Clients and Yourself from
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