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Sprout Sessions - The Psychology of cyber Behaviour
BY Anna Adamovics

Law practices are a potential goldmine for cyber criminals, with confidential client records offering rich pickings.


The kind of information that circulates daily in firms – banking records, company accounting reports, address details, and insurance records – can be extremely valuable to cyber criminals. Identity theft, IP theft and bank fraud, just some of the hacker’s potential gains.


What can law firms do to reduce the chances of a successful data breach?


Sprout IT's new cyber security partner, CybSafe shared some insight on the psychology of cyber behaviour and how that can get exploited by cyber criminals along with some  real tangible actions you can take to create a secure legal business.


Download the presentations shared at the event:


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