Protecting Your Files: Understanding How to Securely Store & Share Files in the Cloud
Don’t let popular headlines fool you into thinking that only large firms with enormous bank accounts and ties to potentially criminal activity are at risk of cyberattacks. The reality is that firms small and large store client files full of confidential and personally identifiable information making them valuable targets to cyber criminals. October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month so this month’s episode will focus on one of the tenants of cybersecurity, protecting your files.
In today’s episode hosts Christine Bilbrey and Karla Eckardt are joined by Rick Stiles to discuss and demystify secure file storage and file sharing. They’ll also discuss basic cybersecurity practices that even solo and small firms can implement to secure the data they store and share in the cloud. If your questions or issues are not addressed, you can anonymously contact LegalFuel: The Practice Resource Center of The Florida Bar for guidance.
Rick Stiles is a communications technology veteran with decades of experience, Rick was Vice-President of some major telecom companies like HyperEdge and NA Communications, where he spearheaded and led the development of many innovative communications technologies, some of which are still commonly used today. As senior VP of Products and IP at AXEL, Rick brings real-world implementation and deployment experience with a deep understanding of networking disciplines. Rick has extensive expertise in the creation of intellectual property and is named in several significant U.S. patents including four current blockchain-specific pending patents.
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