Legal cyber-security: A Q&A with the West Midlands Police Cyber Crime Unit

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60% of law firms reported a cyber-attack in 2017 (PwC) -  although the number of unidentified or unreported attacks is no doubt much higher.

So, it’s clear that the legal sector remains a prime target for cyber criminals. And, increasing reliance on technology in law firms is only likely to make the threat even more difficult to manage. So, what’s the answer? How do you take advantage of emerging technology whilst remaining secure?

Well, in our latest webinar we invited the West Midlands Police Cyber-Crime Unit to answer some of your cyber security questions - giving you some practical tips on how to secure your practice along the way.

The Q&A session includes:
  • An update on the latest cyber-security threats facing the legal sector

  • The most common legal cyber-security questions answered by the West Midlands Police Cyber-Crime Unit

  • Actionable steps law firms can take to protect their sensitive information - straight from a practising cyber-crime officer

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