In early 2020, the Maze hackers stole and encrypted data of law firms in South Dakota, Oregon, and Texas. For one firm, the hackers demanded ransom payments of over $900,000. And working remotely can increase the risks that your law firm is the next technology scam victim.
How do you as a lawyer working remotely meet your ethical duties of competence, confidentiality and supervision? You could learn and train your staff on cybersecurity, including phishing emails, ransomware attacks, and computer system security. For specifics on what you might do, attend this seminar.
Who Should Attend
Lawyers with big firms
Lawyers with medium size firms
Lawyers with small firms
Lawyers with solo practices
What You Will Learn
Working remotely, how do I meet my ethical duties of competence, confidentiality and supervision?
Why is avoiding technology scams a legal ethics issue?
What is and how might I avoid ransomware?
What are and how might I respond to phishing emails?
What other computer security issues might I consider?