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Date: 15 October 2021


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A hacker targets a law firm's data

How law firms can fight the rising risk of cybercrime

Cybercriminals target business data and hold it to ransom. Law firms are at increasing threat due to the sensitive nature of the data they hold. Here's how they can stay safe.

Date: 19 May 2021 By:

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Protecting your law firm clients' data

Keeping legal client's data and information secure is essential - especially when a case may hinge on the information you hold.

Date: 27 October 2020 By:

An office worker processes a spreadsheet of customer details - data protection concept.

A simple guide to GDPR compliance and marketing

Failure to comply with GDPR data protection rules can result in hefty fines for businesses. The six most important aspects to be aware of.

Date: 11 March 2020 By:

A row of employees work on computers in a modern office.

Is it legal to monitor my employees in the workplace?

If you want to want to protect your firm against data breaches, and reduce misuse of company resources, you might consider using monitoring software.

Date: 12 February 2020 By:

A small business owner manages customer records in a database on his laptop.

Retaining customer records: your obligations under GDPR

It’s critical to understand your responsibilities when it comes to customer data retention, so that you can ensure you remain well within the law.

Date: 22 January 2020 By:

Company lawyers meet to discuss a data breach

Why do law firm websites need an SSL certificate?

Understand the importance of securing data in your law firm and how an SSL certificate could help secure the data held on your firm's website.

Date: 24 June 2019 By:

A small business employee logs into a secure online system designed to protect customer data.

How data protection law helps SMEs protect themselves from attack

With an increased digital presence come increased dangers. Hackers are out to get as many victims as they can, and British SMEs must be prepared.

Date: 21 May 2019 By:

Blue sky behind a warning sign saying 'Restricted area. Authorised personnel only'

GDPR: How businesses have adapted their technology

GDPR forced businesses to review the processes and tech managing company data. This blog looks at the business benefits of data protection rules.

Date: 16 April 2019 By:

Protect your business from a data breach

Three ways to protect your business from a data breach

Data breaches aren't just a concern for big companies - smaller businesses are increasingly being targeted. Three ways to protect your firm.

Date: 18 December 2018 By:

The Great Escape - how to get out of a phone contract

The great escape - how to get out of a phone contract

Desperate to exit your phone contract early? Mobile providers won't make it easy - but Fonehouse have a few tips to help you get your way.

Date: 19 March 2018 By:

Your business domain name and the law

Your business domain name and the law

Choosing a web address is a vital part of launching a business. Here are the legal issues you need to be aware of when registering a domain name.

Date: 11 December 2017 By:

Business owners need to take GDPR more seriously

Business owners need to take GDPR more seriously

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will become law in May 2018 but many small businesses are not ready for the changes, says Billy Leonard.

Date: 25 September 2017 By:

How to protect sensitive data from hackers

How to protect sensitive data from hackers

How to protect your data; hackers are targeting professional services businesses, including law firms, to access financial and client information.

Date: 11 September 2017 By:

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