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Data security crucial for law firms

Data Security Crucial For Lawyers Working Remotely

The ease and accessibility of working remotely is increasing for our workforce. This is especially true for legal professionals. In a recent Law Technology Today article, SiteLock president, Neill Feather, addresses the dangers that working remotely poses to data security for today’s law firms and their clients.

The article notes, “fewer lawyers—only 63 percent—are working in traditional office settings.” With this change in data accessibility, legal professionals are at a much greater risk of cyberattacks and data breaches that could expose confidential client information.

Feather shares five tips that law firms should implement to secure their data and proactively protect their reputation. Read the full article here.

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Data Breaches

Data Breaches Hitting the California Coast [Infographic]

California is known for Hollywood, sunny weather, its beaches, and now, data breaches. The Golden State is the most populous state in America, making it an appealing target to cybercriminals. This information was gathered from the February 2016 California Data Breach Report by the Attorney General of the California Department of Justice.

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online privacy

Privacy Matters – Expect It. Respect It. Protect It.

Data Privacy Day (DPD) is an international effort held annually on January 28 to create awareness around the importance of privacy and protecting personal information. SiteLock has committed to being a DPD Champion to acknowledge and bring attention to the value and importance of privacy. This year, Data Privacy Day is all about respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust.

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10 Takeaways From The 2014 Verizon Breach Report

2014 verizon data breach reportEvery year about this time, Verizon comes out with an annual review of the results of its investigations into thousands of data breaches and security incidents from around the world.

The report can be very data heavy and even a little depressing, but we can learn great things from it. Here are just ten:

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POS Malware

Big Brands Defenseless Against POS Malware

2014 could go down as one of the most significant years in the world of cybersecurity, and malware in particular. It wasn’t just the small window that revealed data breaches at Target, Neiman Marcus, Michaels Craft Stores and potentially dozens of other retailers. Nor was it the fact that this explosion in data breaches could all be the work of a seventeen-year-old.

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POS Malware Hits Target in Data Breach

Data breachIt’s been less than a month since mega retailer Target announced that a little more than 40 million customer debit and credit cards had been stolen by hackers. Not long after that, we saw the first of those cards being sold a few hundred thousand at a time, in a variety of underground hacker forums. Although not that underground, since I was able to register on the most notorious hacker sites and see for myself how easy it was to buy an identity.

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Cybersecurity Starts With a Plan

Cybersecurity policyYou probably already know that October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, right? Of course every month should be cyber security awareness month because these days no business can afford to let its guard down. Not for a moment.

But because businesses and consumers are often too busy to think about security when it matters most, a national celebration was created as a reminder. And we’re celebrating NCSAM by sharing with you some of the most basic security options that are available to any small business.

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