Cybercrime webinar series designed to help firms recognise risks

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18 May 2017

InfoTrackInfoTrack 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 Wednesday 24th May at 11am and Wednesday 31st May at 11am

The webinar will look at the different types of cybercrime along with scams being operated in the market. Including recent case studies, Adam Bullion and Paul Tucker will 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: “With the recent malware attack on the NHS, we have received a number of questions around cybercrime. The reality is that the risk of being a victim extends further than just online malware attacks. The presentation will demonstrate the types of crime that are occurring all the time and even look at other criminal activity including employee theft.”

Paul Tucker, Business Development Manager, adds “I’m delighted to be able to take part in what I think is one of the most important topics facing the industry. At Lawyer Checker, we are helping firms fight cybercrime every day. Knowing the risks is an important step to fighting cybercrime and fraud.”

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


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