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PROTECT YOUR PRACTICE from human error, online scams, attacks and fraud with Cyber Essentials Certification.

By Frank Manning, Legal Technology at Inpractice.






Cybersecurity is a critical issue facing all businesses and solicitors in particular, who are more vulnerable now with people working from home, where there is less supervision and control.







Cyber Essentials is the Government-backed scheme


 that will help your practice to minimise the risks associated with unsecure or unprotected technology. It will help to prevent your people from making the inevitable human errors that result in cyber breaches that happen very easily and often, as most of us know from experience.





Inpractice



works exclusively with law firms and the legal sector.



I am an experienced IT consultant, accredited by GCHQ


 to deliver Cyber Essentials. Also providing a wider range of IT support for law firms, including GDPR compliance, I can quickly get to grips with your requirements.





Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus identify the fundamental security controls that your practice should have in place now. Certification demonstrates to your clients and prospects that you have introduced sound controls to protect them, but meeting the standard is a wise move even if you do not apply for formal certification.







To find out more … 








If you have any questions or would like to talk to someone about your particular circumstances, please contact me,



Frank Manning



at



Inpractice



at



fmanning@inpractice.co.uk



or on 07778 572420.






Alternatively, you can






schedule a free 30-minute telephone of video call with me, checking my availability and booking a slot that works for you here >>






More topics you might want to explore with Frank:











I hope we get the opportunity to speak before too long if you don’t already have Cyber Essentials (or the higher level ISO 27001 standard) in place or if you now want to upgrade to Cyber Essentials Plus for stronger, independent assurance on the use and effectiveness of your systems.







Frank Manning


, Inpractice