New Cybercrime Webinar Date Added Due to Popular Demand

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19 June 2017


InfoTrackInfoTrack and Lawyer Checker have announced an added date for the recent cybercrime webinar due to popular demand.

InfoTrack have partnered with Lawyer Checker to present the varying types of cybercrime and how law firms can minimise the risk. The webinar is to be held on Thursday 22nd June at 11am.

The webinar looks at the different types of cybercrime along with scams being operated in the market. Including recent case studies, Adam Bullion and Paul Tucker present their thoughts as to what firms need to do in order to minimise the risks.

Adam Bullion, General Manager of Marketing at InfoTrack, comments: “The webinar generated some fantastic comments with firms telling us it is ‘essential watching’ and how informative it was with practical tips. Many firms have since requested that we run the webinar again and we’re delighted to do so, particularly if people find it useful.”

Paul Tucker, Business Development Manager, adds “Cybercrime continues to be a hot topic right now. We are determined to provide law firms with as much practical advice as possible to enable them to minimise the risk to them. Once again, I’m delighted to be presenting with InfoTrack.”

To register for the webinar, click this link and select the date you would prefer to attend.



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