Email Security - How To Prevent Phishing
Location : Quadrant Chambers Library
Date : Thursday 26 September 2019
Time : 08:00
Phishing is the most significant cyber threat to the UK Legal Sector.
How do we know?
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) worked together with the Law Society, SRA, National Crime Agency and ActionFraud to determine the most significant cyber threat to the UK Legal Sector.
The review of the data overwhelmingly evidenced that phishing was the most significant problem.
In 2018 one of the NCSC industry legal partners reported that it received over 11,500 phishing emails per month, amounting to each member of staff being hit with 23 phishing attacks - more than one every working day. 90% of targeted cyber attacks start with a phishing email.
It follows then, that if you fix the phishing problem, you reduce the opportunity for 90% of targeted cyber attacks e.g. data breach. The costs associated with data breach include the GDPR fine (up to Eur20 million or 4% of global annual turnover whichever is higher).
What can law firms do to prevent phishing attacks?
There is a well known ‘fix’ which defends against phishing attacks. It’s called DMARC. It’s a global industry standard.
Join us on this educational morning seminar to learn more about DMARC and how it can support your business.
Join Sprout IT's new cyber security partner, CybSafe to find asnwers and tangible actions you can take to create a secure legal business.
Join us for our breakfast seminar at Quadrant Chambers and enjoy some breakfast goodies and fresh coffee with your cyber security tips.
- From 7.30 - Registration and breakfast
- 8.30 - Seminar starts
- 9.00 - Networking & refreshments
OnDMARC is a cloud-based application that enables organisations to quickly configure SPF, DKIM and DMARC for all their legitimate email sources. This instantly blocks any email impersonation based phishing attacks.OnDMARC is the only DMARC solution provider with an ISO27001, governments and law firms know that it is from a trusted and reliable source.