15 Mar 2017
Managing the Evolving Cybersecurity Threats within your Practice - Newry
This is a free of charge event
Cyber attacks directed at law firms are increasing. Hackers want their clients' confidential information. From data breaches to phone hacking and communications interception, law firms have become a prime target for Cybersecurity hackers.
There is a rising threat in mobile communications intercept. The availability, affordability and portability of IMSI catchers - technology for the easy capture of mobile communications - should have law firms turning to encryption solutions to protect their practices and their clients.
Lack of control of communications can put a law firm at a disadvantage. Without control, "dark" networks can be created that the law firm is completely unaware of. Confidential information can be shared beyond the circle of trust without the firm's knowledge or consent. Law firms cannot depend on hearsay to corroborate compliance and accountability, they must ensure it themselves.
Learn about how communications are hacked and how to take action to protect your clients, your practice and your reputation. This seminar has been designed to be of relevance and benefit to all firms regardless of size and structure.
To increase accessibility the seminar will take place in the following locations:
Wednesday 15 March 2017 9.30am – 10.30am Canal Court Hotel, Newry
Tuesday 7 March 2017 1pm – 2pm Killyhevlin Hotel, Enniskillen
Tuesday 14 March 2017 1pm – 2pm Roe Park Resort, Limavady
Wednesday 15 March2017 1.30pm – 2.30pm Law Society House, Belfast
The sessions will be delivered by encrypted communications provider SaltDNA.