Network security requirements for law firms are similar to that of other businesses, with the exception of attorney-client confidentiality. It's important for clients to feel safe when transferring, or verbalizing, privileged information to their lawyer. Files stored should be secure, and best practices for IT security should be a top priority for firm CIOs, CTOs, and partners. In fact, according to the ABA Model Rule 1.6(c) “[a]lawyer shall make reasonable efforts to prevent the inadvertent or unauthorized disclosure of, or unauthorized access to, information relating to the representation of a client.” In this post we'll cover three IT best practices your law firm might be missing.
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As a healthcare provider do you worry about how you can securely, and efficiently, communicate patient information when transferring patient care? Some healthcare providers seek to simplify the transfer of Patient Health Information (PHI) by using a multifunction printer. In this case, secure direct messaging for your medical practice may be a helpful tool.
According to CNN Money, nearly one million malware threats are released every day. Some malware can be prevented with a good firewall. If you own a company there are many facets of IT that you may be responsible for. One of these facets requires understanding firewalls for your small business. In this post we will break down a few key things you should know about firewalls, and how to protect your business from unwanted web traffic.