Lawyers are obligated to protect the confidentiality of their client's data, and law firms have to pay closer attention to confidentiality than the average business. If law firms do not secure their client communications and other data, they could violate the attorney-client privilege, lose clients, be subject to malpractice actions, damage their reputation, and possibly also lose their license to practice law.
Of firms falling prey to phishing attacks
Of data stolen by cybercriminal gang calling itself “REvil” from the New York law firm Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks
Increase of cyber attacks on law firms since the beginning of the first lockdown in 2020
Emails related to Donald Trump published after a firm refused to pay 84 mil$ ransom
Nowadays, law enforcement officers no longer have a monopoly on surveillance technology. Stingrays and IMSI catchers, SS7 hacks, and malware infections are all also available to cybercriminals. Here’s why confidential communication is so important for legal professionals and law firms:
People who have legitimate reasons to worry about surveillance need a complete approach to mobile security. It boils down to understanding surveillance technology and the vulnerabilities it exploits. Once you know what to look for, you can choose the right tools to secure your communications.
The above is an integral part of Secure Group’s mission as a company. We believe that that technology should be a means to enable perfect communication secrecy, rather than a barrier.
Secure Group offers end-to-end encrypted communication solutions, designed to guarantee the confidentiality of peers’ correspondence and protect sensitive data. It combines strong encryption for communications with modifications on the device that make it resistant to hacking. Organizations that choose us can: