Cyber Security Bootcamp is an interactive course that teaches a law firm’s support staff about protecting client information.
We know client information is important and deserves to be protected. E.R. 1.1 and 1.6 were expanded to require attorneys to have competence in technology and keep confidential information confidential, even if it’s stored digitally. E.R. 5.3 requires support staff to also follow all Ethics Rulings.
So we created this course to answer a simple question… How do you protect your client’s confidential information? This course answers this question for paralegals, legal secretaries, receptionists, and file clerks.
So you know why you need this course, and you know who it is for, but what will you ACTUALLY learn?
- Hacking strategies (overview)
- NEW! Password recommendations by NIST and Microsoft
- How to use Encryption
- Ransomware, it’s dangers, and how to avoid it
- How to scan for viruses
- Browsing online (SAFELY)
- Public wi-fi, it’s risks, and how to secure it
- Emailing client information and Email Encryption
- How to detect Phishing Emails and what to do
- Other Tips and Tricks to be secure
Presenter: Logan T. Spahr
Logan T. Spahr began hacking in 2012. Since then he has presented Cyber Security CLE courses at the State Bar, has been a guest speaker at ASU’s law school, and has been keynote speaker for multiple events. He is currently conducting a thesis project on consumer privacy, and many of his findings are contained in this class.
For questions email us at : Info@LegalTechnology.Solutions
Ransomware has garnered a lot of media attention, and for good reason. Well crafted Ransomware is hard to detect, hard to prevent, and can cripple a business.
There are easy ways to prevent Ransomwares harmful effects (such as regular backups that are properly created and stored).
In this innovative CLE you will learn all about Ransomware, how it works, it’s harmful effects, and how to mitigate it. You will learn how it travels, and how you can help prevent it from entering your network. This class is for anyone who wants to know more about Ransomware, independent of your firm size or background knowledge.
We will teach the attendees about Ransomware, it’s dangers, and how to protect yourself against it. We also discuss password recommendations.