Getting hacked is the last thing you want in your law firm. But are you doing the right things to get yourself protected? In this episode, we talk about cybersecurity best practices that you need to start doing today!
Founder of GlobalMac IT, Tom Lambotte, joins us to discuss cybersecurity best practices and some security strategies that you shouldn’t take lightly. GlobalMac provides legal technology services to Mac-Based law firms. Tom is also the founder of BobaGuard, which provides cybersecurity solutions built for solos and small law firms. Tom has 16 years of experience providing technology consulting management services to law firms.
As more and more law firms use technology, the cloud, and the internet, there’s a growing importance of cybersecurity for law firms. That being said, cybersecurity is oftentimes misunderstood and taken for granted. And so, we’re bringing in Tom to help separate the fear from the reality.
The pain of experiencing a security breach is unimaginable – it’s not only going to affect you but your clients as well. And so, making sure you have that added layer of protection will give you that added peace of mind.
- What multi-factor authentication is and why it’s important
- Utilizing a secured shared password vault for sensitive credentials
- Providing guidelines to employees when working remotely
- Using dark web scanning to know if your account has been compromised
- Using phishing simulation to identify security risks in your firm
- Why cybersecurity training needs to be mandatory for everyone
- A layered approach for strong cyber resilience
- Cybersecurity best practices and maintaining compliance
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GlobalMac IT: https://www.globalmacit.com/
1. 2FA (2 Factor Authentication) – list your top 5 critical accounts and DO IT. Activate 2FA on your most critical accounts.
2. If you don’t have a password manager, get one. If you have one, learn how to use it to create unique passwords.
3. Grab the security checklist from http://www.bobaguard.com/nextlevel