Law practices should be aware of the cyber risks associated with IT, as a security breach involve financial and reputational damages, and legal liabilities. Read what the six questions are that every legal professional should ask from their managed IT services provider to avoid a data breach.
This research report demonstrates how domain name abandonment poses a significant cyber threat to the legal profession and other businesses. This report also makes recommendations as to measures legal practices and other businesses can take to stop this threat.
The recent media reports of fraud against conveyancing practices suggest that professionals should be taking measures for protecting their businesses from cyber attacks. Cybercriminals primarily rely on an email-based attack know as phishing to help commit payment redirection fraud.
Malicious actors operate command-and-control (C&C/C2) servers to interact with their victims’ computers. These C2 servers are intended to instruct the compromised PCs to do undesired things, such as stealing the user’s passwords, encrypting the files for ransom or attacking other computers on the network.