The Ethics of Communicating with Clients Via Text Messages
Approved for 1 hour of General CLE Credit, 1 hour of Ethics, and 1 hour of Technology.
Chances are you often text your clients as a convenient form of communicating with them. However, it’s critical to keep in mind that this form of communication carries with it a specific set of ethical and security risks. Do you know these risks and how to protect yourself against them? If not, this webinar will help get you up to speed.
- How to ethically communicate with your clients via text messages
- The importance of encryption in client communications
- How preserving text messages is a good strategy to mitigate liability
- Why hackers target law firms and how cybersecurity can prevent such breachesy
David Buddingh is the founder of Encrypted Information Exchange, LLC, a company that provides encrypted solutions for legal communications. He is a former practicing attorney at an AM Law 100 firm, and he developed Encrypted Information Exchange, LLC. based on his years of legal experience.
PPT Slides – The Ethics of Communicating with Clients Via Text
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