Law Firms Step Up Efforts to Protect Client Data From Cyber-Attacks

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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As hacker attacks carrying the threat of data and security breaches mount, clients are demanding to know what safeguards law firms have in place to protect sensitive, proprietary information.

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  • Michael Jensen

    Crucial points on keeping clients' confidential data secure. Lost laptops, PDAs, etc., continue to be a problem, as well as solutions for secure, remote access. The MobiKEY http://www.route1.com/products/MobiKEY.php device from Route1 minimizes information security risks by eliminating the need for users to carry a laptop or other mobile devices loaded with enterprise data and applications. If the MobiKEY device is lost or stolen, enterprise networks cannot be compromised in any way - unlike other portable devices which can be used to store sensitive enterprise data and can easily put organizations at risk. MobiKEY device allows users to securely access data remotely without the need for expensive communications packages or cumbersome hardware. This patented solution is embedded on a smartcard enabled, cryptographic USB device, making it one of the most powerful and easy-to-use multi-factor authentication technologies available today. Priced below $500 - it's worth checking out.

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