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

Recorded on: June 11, 2017 – 12:00 PM

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.

In this webinar we explore:

  • The latest cyber-threats impacting the legal sector

  • Practical steps towards greater cyber-security

  • Common cyber concerns in law firms

  • How to develop cyber-security strategy

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About the Speakers

ROCU Circle

Patrick McBrearty

Cyber Protect Officer, West Midlands ROCU

Patrick is a Cyber Protect Officer for the West Midlands Regional Organised Crime Unit. WMROCU is made up of officers and staff from the regional police forces, with the aim of reducing the impact and increasing the disruption of serious and organised crime across the region and beyond.

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Matthew Newton

Joint Managing Director, Oosha

With over 20 years’ experience in the internet connectivity, cloud and managed service arena, Matt has gained a wealth of knowledge. As a proven guru in everything Tech, Matt regularly spreads his wisdom at technology events across the country.

Matt’s aim for Oosha is simple – to make IT simple for customers. Allowing them to focus on running their business, without being let down by, or worrying about technology. 

Expertise in the professional sector, in particular, has helped Matt provide many effective IT solutions, created specifically for those in the legal and accounting sectors.