The cyber threat to a business and its information is not just realised thought IT. People are the biggest risk either accidentally or maliciously. The starting point in mitigating these risks is education.
I help my clients understand the threat to their information and reputation before assisting them in navigating the journey to greater security and data protection compliance using technology, process, policy, training, education, business continuity and physical security.
As a qualified information security lead implementer, lead auditor (ISO27001) and data protection practitioner I assist my clients with understanding the threats and protecting their businesses in a holistic manner, overall data protection understanding and compliance and as pseudo DP / Information Security officer.
i-Secured work predominantly with regulated (SRA and FCA) businesses of all sizes from £1M to £70M turnover.
Information security lessons learned from law firms like yours
Law firms are prone to data leaks and are big targets for cyber-crime. So why is it that many don’t have a strategy in place to protect their information, have functionality and a cost driven IT infrastructure that isn’t robust enough to defend attacks and have policies that tick boxes but little else? We’ll discuss the challenges and lessons learned from several firms we have worked with to help you navigate a similar journey.
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