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Cybersecurity for Lawyers: How to Keep Your Firm’s Information Safe

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Course Number

5523

CLE

Approved for 1.0 hours of General CLE Credit including 1.0 hours of Technology

Description

Learn how to protect your firm’s most sensitive information.

Cybersecurity is more critical now than ever before. Not only are law firms storing more data, but since the pandemic has forced us all to become increasingly mobile it’s even more of a challenge keeping clients’ sensitive information safe.

So what can you do? It’s important that you educate yourself and your colleagues on cybersecurity to ensure that your law firm’s data is properly protected. This CLE webinar will focus on the key aspects of cybersecurity that your firm should know to protect your most sensitive information.

In this 60-minute CLE, we will discuss:

  • Passwords and two-factor authentication
  • Hardware and software necessities
  • How to prevent a phishing attack
  • Training your staff
  • And more!

RESOURCES

Slides – Cybersecurity for Lawyers: How to Keep Your Firm’s Information Safe

SPEAKER BIO

Larry Port is the CEO of Rocket Matter, a leading legal cloud-based practice management and time and billing application. He is a speaker and award-winning writer at the crossroads of the legal profession, cutting edge technology, and business management. His experience running a technology company and insight into law firm operations led to his co-authoring of the #1 bestselling ABA book The Lean Law Firm.


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