Cyber Crime and Fraud CPD Event

Tuesday 24th September, 12:00 - 14:30

Lunch will be served at 12:00 and the seminar will begin at 12:30

Leeds Law Society
62 Wellington Street

If cyber risk and fraud is not on your law firm's agenda, then it should be.

In 2018 60% of law firms reported a security incident, while the SRA highlighted 287 scam alerts. At any one time there are 1400 criminal organisations targeting the legal sector according to HM Government.

It is critical that law firms adopt a culture of cyber awareness. The biggest risk to your business from a cyber point of view is your staff and leaders should drive the cultural behaviour needed to fight cyber crime.

In this seminar from Lawyer Checker, Key Relationship Manager Tom Lyes will discuss how cyber fraud is not restricted to your property department and applies across your whole business. Adopting a top down approach to cyber crime mitigates your risk from inteception of funds and email modification fraud, protecting your business from the financial and reputational damage of a cyber incident.

Spaces will be limited, so please reserve your place early.

To make a booking, please use the Login/Register function above.

Date: 24/09/2019 (12:00 - 16:30)

Status: ACTIVE | 5 or more places remaining

Members: from FREE | Non-Members: from FREE

Leeds Law Society
62 Wellington Street (All rooms are only accessible via stairs)
West Yorkshire

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More than 5 business days prior to event: fully refundable less £5 administration fee.
Within 3- 5 business days prior to event: non-refundable but someone may attend in your place or you may transfer to a future event.
Within 2 business days prior to event: non-refundable but someone may attend in your place.

If you do not attend without notifying Leeds Law Society in advance, the full fee is payable.
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