By Legal Futures’ Associate Lawyer Checker
Exclusive risk management solution provider, Lawyer Checker is hosting an exclusive and informative webinar on why cyber security should start in the boardroom and not just be the responsibility of the IT department alone.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has identified the legal sector as a top target for cyber criminals along with the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) confirming that £11 million has been stolen by fraudsters in the last year.
Without cyber security in place, you will be exposing your firm and your clients to cyber criminals, leaving you open to severe risk and reputational damage. To protect your business against imminent cyber attacks, you need to adopt a security leadership approach whereby leaders would play a central role in establishing a cyber security culture within a law firm – and implement a policy from the top-down which clearly outlines processes to mitigate risk.
Chris Harris (Managing Director) and Jen Williams (Head of IT, Cyber Essentials Assessor and ISO27001 Lead Auditor) from Lawyer Checker will talk about the numerous risks that law firms face in 2019, whilst focusing on why cyber security is every leaders job. They will also cover how accreditations such as Cyber Essentials can help create a more secure, anti-cyber crime culture within your business too.
Title : Why cyber security is every leaders job & what partners need to know about protecting their firm against imminent cyber risk
Date : Monday 15th April 2019
Time : 10.00 – 11.00am
To register your place, click here.