Conference calls and client security

While law firms increase efforts to protect client confidentiality from cyberbreaches, a glaring hole remains exposed when it comes to remote meetings. Security breaches in the legal world are on the rise. According to PwC’s annual survey, 60 per cent of law firms reported a security incident in 2017.

While email, BYOD (bring your own device) and various technologies feature as areas of concern, any mention of conference calling tools, which are in constant use by legal teams for important client communications, is notably absent.

In this report from 451 Research, you’ll learn:

  • Why most lawyers persist with dial-in.
  • Are feature rich solutions better?
  • How LoopUp can help.

Download the report now and learn how LoopUp delivers a premium remote meeting solution.

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