Working Remotely During COVID-19: Cybersecurity & Ethical Considerations

While some lawyers have always dreamed of working remotely, others never wanted it, and aren’t prepared for the responsibility. Almost overnight, many in the profession started using home PCs, on home networks, and saving client documents on those computers, and even on personal cloud storage. Is that data safe from cybersecurity threats? Do you have the tools to protect clients’ confidential information, as required? In this timely and highly practical webinar, lawyer and legal technology expert Paul Unger discusses the ethical and malpractice pitfalls of working remotely, and how to address them. You’ll learn about full disk encryption, email encryption, home wireless router security, Windows updates, AntiVirus/Malware, cloud options, and how to tighten up security when using Dropbox, Box, One-Drive or Google Drive. Don’t miss this opportunity to get simple, free, or next to free, strategies you can implement immediately to protect you and your clients in these uncertain times!

Live webinar with chat includes 60 day replay. This program features real-time audio of the presenter with synchronized presentation slides, and a chat feature that allows for live Q & A.