In this webinar, Glendin Franklin-Browne, Technology Consulting Manager, Diamond IT, Robyn Adcock, National Practice Leader for Cyber Technology, Gallagher Australia, and Melissa Burrows, Operations Manager, Turnbull Hill Lawyers, discuss:
- The current cyber threats targeting the legal industry, and how to prepare and protect your firm.
- The legal responsibilities around protecting client data and responding to data breaches.
- How cybersecurity awareness training can mitigate the risk of targeted ransomware attacks on law firms.
- How to establish a robust disaster recovery plan and why they are so important. – How cyber insurance adds an additional layer of protection against the risks associated with modern workforces.
How Diamond IT can support your cybersecurity needs
The monthly training keeps cybersecurity front of mind for staff and shows how serious we are as a firm in protecting our clients and our staff.
Diamond IT has helped us to better understand the risks associated with cybercrime. Through their network analysis and robust training, we have been able to ensure we are operating under a best-practice cybersecurity strategy. Diamond IT is extremely knowledgeable and we found them great to work with. We had an agreed project timeline and Diamond’s Technology Consulting Manager was responsive and committed to achieving the set timeline. We would happily work with Diamond IT again in the future.
Cybersecurity Awareness Training
Cybersecurity Awareness Training educates you and your staff in the threats and attacks you are subjected to every day. Using multiple platforms, we guide you through the minefield that is Cyber and Data security and ensure you have the tools and experience to keep your organisations' systems and data safe.
Cybersecurity Health Check
With pressures on organisations to keep company data safe from cyber criminals it is becoming increasingly important to protect your networks and ensure user compliance.
Diamond Cybersecurity Health Check has been designed for organisations that are unsure of how well they are placed to defend against cyberattacks and manage the business risks associated with a data breach.
IT Disaster Recovery Planning
Disaster doesn't strike often, but when it does the impacts can be significant.
You need to minimise the effect on your business operations, and your ability to service your customers during and after the event.
Cybersecurity and Data Protection
Today, more than ever, you need to secure your network to keep your operations going, keep your data safe and most importantly keep your customers' private information safe.