How What You Don’t Know (and Know) Can Hurt You

Protecting Your Firm from Scams and Data Breaches

Law firms in particular have become targets for criminals seeking to take advantage of any and all weaknesses found. This can include technology weaknesses, such as weak passwords, unencrypted data, or outdated virus protection, or physical weaknesses through break-ins to an office or safe. Yet one of the major sources of issues for attorneys is criminals taking advantage of our trusting nature and willingness to help others through “social engineering,” which is the act of gaining access to buildings, systems, or data by manipulation and exploitation of human psychology. Rachel Edwards, PLF Practice Management Advisor, will use this opportunity to discuss the PLF’s recommendations for improving your security protocol, and recognizing the latest scams targeting law firms before they become an issue for you and your clients.

Lunch is provided.  

The MBA will apply for one hour of CLE credit. 

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Thursday, September 26, 2019

12:00pm - 1:30pm

Red Star Club Room, 503 SW Alder St., Portland