Zoom and other forms of online communication platforms are integral practice tools. As the courts continue to use Zoom for hearings and motions and lawyers use this tool for depositions and client meetings, this program demonstrates how family law attorneys can go beyond the basics and learn how to utilize virtual tools for maximum benefit.
Learn cyber hygiene and cyber threats lawyers face, both personally and professionally, and the ways to reduce the risks associated with these threats. The relationship between the legal practice and its technology usage will be reviewed, and practical steps provided to reduce the risks of breach, data loss, and system compromise. By attending the presentation, lawyers will be more informed of the relationship between the legal practice, its technology usage, associated cyber threats and risks of compromise, and the basic best practices to protect both their own and their clients’ information. Participants will learn the questions to ask their teams: (1) Do we have the right tools? (2) Do they work? and (3) Do we know for sure they work?