The key event in the UK Legal calendar with a focus on cybersecurity is approaching. Securing the Law Firm takes place at etc.venues St Pauls in London on the 21st September – will you be there?
The Commissum team will be on hand on the day to discuss all aspects of tackling the threats to data security in the legal sector – protecting your clients’ data and your own – and how to respond when defences fail.
The cyber threat to security isn’t going anywhere. We all harness the power of our interconnected world for enhanced productivity and facilitation of connections that were previously bound by geographical constraints. Data flows very easily through law firms’ networks. All it takes is one hacker to open the floodgates.
Recent cyber-attacks, including Equifax’s massive data breach in the USA, have demonstrated that how companies respond to breaches and pick up the pieces in the days and weeks that follow can be just as important as having adequate defences and measures in place in the first place. We’ll be on hand to discuss how our Incident Response service can help optimise response in the event of a breach, and how an adequate Business Continuity Plan can keep things running in downtime, whether the cause is cyber-related – as was the case for DLA Piper during the Petya / NotPetya ransomware outbreak earlier in the year – or more conventional.
Our very own Frank Green will take to the stage shortly after 12 noon in the main plenary session to speak to the delegation about the latest developments in the industry, and the various ways we’ve been keeping law firms safe from the growing threat both inside and outside their organisation.
Join us on the main floor where our SIEM & SOC Analysts will be on hand to discuss how you can be the first to know of an intrusion on your network without having to devote your entire security staff (and budget!) to monitoring every log on your network.
We’ll also be on hand to dispense advice on the latest regulatory changes to affect the legal sector and other industries. Your clients’ regulatory pressures with regards to data automatically becomes your own so whether it’s GDPR, ISO 27001, or interpreting and helping you meet the requirements of the sector-specific regulations of your clients, we’ve got you covered.
So join us for a day packed with discussion of the latest threats to affect the legal sector and what we can do to help improve the resilience of your firm.