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Ready to outsource then choose your MSP carefully

Ready to outsource then choose your MSP carefully

It appears the new working model, with some work from home time included for many knowledge-based employees is disrupting the recruitment market, with problems reported across the board. Law firms will recognise the recruitment issue, as they look to secure the...

Consent phishing is new and potentially very damaging for law firms

Consent phishing is new and potentially very damaging for law firms

By now, most people should be familiar with the dangers presented by phishing, with businesses investing significant time and resources into training their employees on how to identify and prevent incoming attacks. In a bid to improve the security of user accounts,...

Ransomware as a service puts law firms in the crosshairs

Ransomware as a service puts law firms in the crosshairs

When law firms suffer a security breach, it makes the headlines. Thankfully, the numbers appear low, but is that the true picture or just the tip of the iceberg? Is any firm not required by regulations to make public the breach, prepared to admit they have been hit...

Worth all the hard work for ISO certification?

Worth all the hard work for ISO certification?

It almost goes without saying that law firms must develop and maintain robust information security practices, now more than ever, given the growing threat of cyber-crime. Whilst there are a number of immediate responses, such as penetration testing and security tests...

How technology helps build trust and reputation

How technology helps build trust and reputation

We might pride ourselves on our ability to specify, implement and maintain technology for a broad spectrum of legal sector clients, but all that leading-edge stuff is broadly similar to that offered by everyone else.

Lockdown 2020 and the impact on in-house IT teams

Lockdown 2020 and the impact on in-house IT teams

The end of the pandemic may be in sight, but businesses are faced with a raft of problems, including business disruption, technical issues and staffing challenges. And while many companies are planning for the end of lockdown and a return to ‘normal’, few are actively...

A more dangerous hack is one nobody knows about

A more dangerous hack is one nobody knows about

Towards the end of 2020, SolarWinds, a major US information technology firm, was found to have been the subject of a cyberattack that had gone unnoticed since their platform was compromised in September 2019 - the very worst kind of cyber-attack when the victim is...

Pandemic also threatens the ongoing health of businesses

Pandemic also threatens the ongoing health of businesses

Whilst quite naturally the focus of the pandemic’s impact centred on the loss of life, a less obvious consequence was the opportunity it afforded criminals, who were quick to exploit weaknesses in hurriedly implemented work-from-home polices. In addition, last year...

Cloud examination is easier when it’s multiple choice

Cloud examination is easier when it’s multiple choice

Cloud has had a dramatic impact on the way organisations approach technology, in particular the way they buy and use it to deliver greater flexibility, agility and security compared to the traditional on-premises solution.