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How to Secure a Mac-Based Law Practice [Webinar]

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If you’re a lawyer using a Mac – it’s time for a security check. In this edition of Webinars for Busy Lawyers, Tom Lambotte will walk you through it – in 32 minutes.

Your Mac Is Not Impenetrable: Here’s What You Need to Do to Secure It

Mac users have long bragged about the impervious nature of the Mac to the common Windows viruses. And they’ve been right. However, the landscape of cybercrime has changed drastically over the last decade and simply doing nothing is inadequate. The threats to your law practice are not limited to viruses and Cryptolocker. In this session, we will cover the steps you should be taking to protect your entire Mac-based practice, from your network to your Macs and your mobile devices. We will discuss how to limit your risk and ensure you are doing your due diligence to protect the client-attorney privilege. Let’s face it, if a data breach occurred and all you did was “Use a Mac,” this would not sit well in front of an ethics board.

You can download the slide deck here.

About Our Expert

Tom Lambotte is the CEO of GlobalMacIT, a national Managed Service Provider that provides complete end-to end legal technology services to Mac-based law firms. Their services provide leadership and direction to transform law firm operations and boost profits by leveraging technology. Tom’s methods are based on close to a decade of research, testing and real-world refinement of Best Practices, working directly with Mac-based law firms and firms switching from PC to Mac.

Tom is the author of Hassle Free Mac IT Support for Law Firms and Legal Boost: Big Profits Through an IT Transformation. He also has a forthcoming book being published by the ABA Law Practice Division titled Macs in Law. He is a highly sought after speaker at national events such as the ABA TECHSHOW and MacTrack Legal.

CATEGORIES: Technology | Webinars for Busy Lawyers
TAGS: apple / mac / ios | cybersecurity / data security / protection

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