With the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) coming into effect this May and the NIS (Network Information Systems Directive) in May 2019, together with the increasing number of cyber security breaches we see every day, it is no wonder that cyber security issues are one of the top concerns for the legal sector.
For those legal practices worried about any issue surrounding the security of data, award-winning Digital Pathways will be on hand at this years LegalEx, which takes place on March 21 & 22 at London’s ExCeL, to offer advice and help.
Legalex is the event for forward-thinking and ambitious legal firms that are looking to improve, expand, and modernise and, for the first time in 2018, Legal Cyber Security will be running within Legalex.
Legal Cyber Security Expo
Legal Cyber Security Expo is the UK’s first exhibition, and conference for the world of cyber security in the legal sector and visitors are able to register for free tickets to attend one of these industry-leading events, gaining access to both, by contacting Digital Pathways direct: 0844 5860040, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or online by clicking here.
Digital Pathways Managing Director, Colin Tankard, will be speaking on The benefit of having your own encryption, at 11 am on March 21st, at the Lloyds Bank – Cyber Security Theatre. BOYE offers peace of mind with regard to cloud storage and offers great flexibility without the need to compromise data encryption, ensuring your organisation meets one of the most common compliance requirements, the encrypting of all data.
Says Colin, “This will be the second time Digital Pathways has exhibited at LegalEx. Last year we were lucky enough to be awarded The Firm Security Award, and we look forward to winning again!
“GDPR will, of course, be a leading concern, especially for any legal firm who has not yet put robust encryption strategies in place. We will be happy to offer advice and help, on any data security issue, to anyone calling in to see us.”
Digital Pathways can be found at stand number: 682