Business Development & Technology – Day 2

Date: 23rd October 2019

Time: 10.00 – 15.15

CPD: 4 Hours

Phone Price: FREE


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Revolutionise your firm by attending Business Development & Technology at LAWBizTech 2019.
This conference is aimed at decision-making solicitors, partners or practice managers within private practice law firms.
Be at the forefront of legal practice innovation by receiving the latest updates to the following topics:

Do you need a real time Stenographer or a Stenographer?

delivered by the British Institute of Verbatim Reporters

Internet of Things – Does it have a place in the legal sector?

delivered by Paul Rowe, Network Utilities

Emerging payment technology and the regulations that govern them?

delivered by Justin Simon-Shore & Max Savoie, Western Union Business Solutions

Cyber Security & Crisis Management

delivered by Richard Stephenson, YUDU Sentinel

Cyber is the most profitable and lowest risk criminal activity in history. With highly sensitive data, the legal services are a prime target. Communication technology is crucial to resilience against this growing threat.

Your reputation is one of your most valuable assets, and the way you handle a cyber crisis will decide whether your clients maintain their trust in you or not.

Communication is vital for cyber resilience. Richard will discuss how to communicate with fast, rich information during an incident and how different channels can help address different communication challenges.

One of the key learning objectives is how the different kinds of communication technology can be used best for different types of messaging: why SMS alerting alone won’t get the message across; why WhatsApp and other social media chat apps could put you in legal trouble; how to get 2-way communications with your staff to check that everyone is safe in minutes and why you need a back-up comms channel instead of relying on emails during a cyber attack.

These learning objectives will be illustrated with case studies of organisations that have experienced cyber attacks.

Does gaining a competitive advantage through technology really matter?

delivered by Mike Washburn, HyperLaw

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