Cyber Hygiene for Attorneys: How to Create a First Line of Defense
Created on August 23, 2021
Cyber hygiene is a reference to the practices and steps that users of computers and other devices take to maintain system health and improve online security. These practices are often part of a routine to ensure the safety of identity and other details that could be stolen or corrupted. Having an additional layer of protection can enhance your layer of defense. From data protection regulation to new methods of cyber-attacks, cyber risk can seem overwhelming. It doesn't have to be. Let's talk about the best practices that you can use to create an additional line of defense for your security. In this course, Ron Hedges of Dentons and Brian Busto and Aishwarya Minocha of Stetson Cyber group, will provide an insightful conversation on critical cybersecurity measures for attorneys.
This program will benefit attorneys in any area of practice who need to protect their clients and their business from cyber-attacks.
Review common cyber threats and best practices to prevent them
Discuss how to utilize and implement password security measures
Use Multifactor Authentication and encryption for heightened security measures
Implement clean desk policy in your practice
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