Cybercrime has become corporatised with many criminals belonging to formal affiliations. The data held by lawyers is commercially very sensitive and media reports show legal offices overseas have been targeted. The law firm may be a target of data to be sold online, used in an extortion attempt such as ransomware or threatened with public disclosure of the sensitive data.
Join Graeme Edwards, Director of CYBER i Pty Ltd, as he covers:
- Brief outline of what cybercrime is
- Provide examples of cybercrime
- Why target law firms?
- Dark web where criminal goods and services are sold.
- How they target you online
- Social media
- Incident Response and Mandatory Data Breach reporting
Who will you be learning from?
Director, CYBER i Pty Ltd
*If you are in the legal industry you can claim 1 CPD unit for this seminar under practice management and business skills. Practitioners residing in WA will have to submit an application for CPD approval to the Legal Practice Board of Western Australia at a fee of $60.