Ever since law firms began using computers, there have been concerns about whether attorneys must or should use special security measures, like encryption, to protect confidential and sensitive information. Changes in ethical and procedural rules, including the requirements that lawyers must be technologically competent and redact court filings, highlight the need for lawyers to be proactive when handling everything from email to smart phones to their office technology. This book provides essential guidance to help you safeguard electronic data and communications with your clients.
Summary of Contents
- Tech Tips for Lawyers
- Safeguarding Client Data: Attorneys’ Legal and Ethical Duties