Tag Archives: encryption

Mind the Gap: Securing Data Access in Law Firms


In this webinar, we’ll explore the foreseeable risks that could yield unauthorized access to or unintended release of sensitive data, and the different ways in which those risks can be managed. In addition to addressing particular solutions for various devices, we’ll consider thematic approaches amounting to best practices for data security in a mobile world.   Gain insight on: Securing ...

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Decrypting Encryption: Gaining Competence on Encryption for Your Practice


Do you encrypt your e-mail when communicating with a client? Do you encrypt client files on your laptop? How can you ensure that the digital files entrusted to you are safe? Understanding the basics of digital encryption may sound like a monumental task, but our experts will break down the technicalities into digestible morsels. Lawyers are responsible for protecting the ...

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Encryption Made Easy: A Primer for Mac Users


By now (if you’ve read even one or two Law Technology Today posts), you know the importance of protecting your electronic data.  Encryption, of course, can be utilized to secure your data, and in some jurisdictions, is required to secure certain types of data.  If you are a Mac user, you can encrypt data with tools built into the Mac ...

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Practical Encryption: Emailing With Your Clients


Scenario:  You need to exchange sensitive documents with your client, but in the digital age, printing and mailing physical documents seems slow, expensive, and not exactly “green.” Typical Solution:  Virtually all lawyers rely on email as a primary communication tool, so when it comes time to send documents, they go right into email along with everything else. Problem: There are ...

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