Law firms are realizing that client interaction through legal service delivery must be evaluated on several fronts. From critical access & transmission of sensitive information to securing the IT environment as whole, strategic & tactical planning is a must when you’re entrusted to protect your clients & your business.
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The American Bar Association’s 2021 Legal Technology Survey Report shines a light on security gaps among small to medium-sized firms that expose vulnerabilities, leading to sensitive data breaches, loss of billable hours & reputational damages. Explore key findings & learn simple tips to neutralize your risk.
Join cybersecurity experts, Karl Bickmore, CEO, Snap Tech IT, & Shawn Brown, COO, Snap Tech IT for a 30-minute conversation on Strengthening Data Security & Compliance for Legal Firms
Snap Tech IT Receives SOC 2 Type II Attestation Independent Audit Verifies Snap Tech IT’s Internal Controls and Processes TEMPE, Ariz., February 21, 2022 – Snap Tech IT, a managed services & cybersecurity provider, today announced that it has completed its SOC 2 Type II audit, performed by KirkpatrickPrice. This attestation provides evidence that Snap […]
7 Cybersecurity Practices for Legal Firms By: Karl Bickmore, COO, Snap Tech IT Handling sensitive data that attracts hackers and malicious insiders is part of everyday life in a law firm. The majority of security breaches lead to some form of reputational losses, remediation costs, and penalties. That’s why there are 7 cybersecurity best practices […]
By: Karl Bickmore, CEO, Snap Tech IT Whenever I come across a useful new tool on the market that I think might benefit our customers, I’m always eager to share it. And what better way to get the information to the most people possible than blogging about it? I recently had one of those moments, when […]
Web Security at a Glance: Firewall Fundamentals by Karl Bickmore When was the last time you got into your car without fastening your seatbelt? That was probably a long time ago, depending on your age, before it became widespread knowledge that seat belts save lives. Having a firewall to protect against harmful web attacks is the […]
While it’s commonly known that firewalls and antivirus are required to prevent cyber-attacks, many organizations feel that’s all that’s required to protect sensitive data from hackers. You must think like a hacker in order to safeguard your IT infrastructure against assault. Hackers can penetrate your surroundings in a variety of ways. The hackers are approaching these business difficulties from various angles. Owners of businesses should do the same.
In this IDG Webinar – SMB IT Security, IDG explores IT decision-makers’ perspectives on cybersecurity. Watch the webinar & learn how manage, to detect, and respond to attacks.