We are happy to share that Tresorit will offer hands-on masterclasses to visitors to this year’s Legalex exhibition, the UK’s leading event for law firms and legal professionals seeking business and professional growth in the digital age. We will discuss what cybersecurity entails and how to protect your firm, including data breach prevention as well as compliance with the Bar Council and the SRA’s requirements for using the cloud.
Legalex 2019, held on 27-28 March at London’s ExCeL, is Europe’s most comprehensive trade show for legal professionals looking to prepare their practice for the future. This year’s edition promises to be the most forward-thinking to date, bringing together over 3,000 practitioners and 200 best-of-breed suppliers, and offering as many as 150 educational seminars from some of the world’s top legal experts and thought leaders.
Tresorit masterclasses: What to expect
Legal firms remain a top target for cyber attacks, with 60% of UK law firms having reported an information security incident, such as a data breach, in the last year alone, according to the National Cyber Security Centre. Join our masterclass, Data Breaches: Is Your Law Firm in Danger?, to find out how hacker attacks and unintentional human errors lead to devastating data breaches and how you can avoid them with the right security tools and measures in place. We’ll go through real-world scenarios and best practices for storing and sharing data in the cloud and explore how encryption helps shield all your sensitive data and ensures GDPR compliance.
Do your client’s confidential documents stay confidential in the cloud? Does shadow IT lurk in your company, creating blind spots for security controls? Moving data to the cloud doesn’t have to be a complex guessing game and a throbbing security headache. Hear what exactly you should pay attention to when choosing a cloud storage provider in our Secure Cloud for Legal Professionals masterclass and learn how you can ensure your firm fully complies with the Bar Council and the SRA’s requirements.
Today, most communication, research and legal filings are done online and law firms’ servers store large amounts of incredibly sensitive client information. Despite the high risks, data security practices in the industry still lag behind other sectors. Little wonder that law practices are prone to cyber threats, from ransomware to accidental data leakages. Sign up for our Cybersecurity Tips for Legal Professionals to discover the most common cybersecurity mistakes in the sector and what steps you can take to safeguard employees, servers and data from cyber criminals.