COVID & Chaos: 3 Steps To Fight Hackers - and WIN! (9/10/20)
The remote work environment ushered in by the pandemic has brought home the significance of having strong cybersecurity practices in place to protect your firm while work moves outside the confines of the office. This seminar will outline the orchestration of security layers necessary to secure your law firm and how to properly manage your information technology throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We will cover 3 things in particular that law firms need in order to fight hackers - and WIN! Following the presentation, participants will be able to properly secure their law firm with security layers following the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. In addition, participants will be able to identify current threats, risks, and vulnerabilities held by their law firm.
Speaker Bio: Tom Kirkham, founder and CEO of IronTech Security & Kirkham. IT provides cybersecurity defense systems and focuses on educating and encouraging organizations to establish a security-first environment with cybersecurity training programs for all workers to prevent successful attacks. Kirkham brings more than three decades of software design, network administration, computer security, and cybersecurity knowledge to organizations around the country. During his career, Kirkham has received multiple software design awards and founded other acclaimed technology businesses. Kirkham once had a software company that sold retail management software to the NSA, Sprint, AT&T and various premier golf clubs like Firestone and Pebble Beach. He is an active member of the FBI’s Arkansas InfraGard Chapter and frequently speaks about the latest in security threats.
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