Hidden Benefits of Encryption for Legal Services

Lately we have noticed a growing interest for encryption and data security in the legal services industry. Legal services face a similar challenge as other verticals with the need to protect corporate assets being shared through multiple devices and portals. An effective encryption can help significantly reduce liability, negative public image and hefty fines resulting from lost or stolen data.

Our focus at WinMagic is to develop an effective data security solution which protects and works seamlessly without disrupting our customer’s workflow, daily business operations or end client interactions.

Based on customer feedback, we have created a new eBook titled “Encryption Keeps Data on the Right Side of the Law – Benefits of Encryption for Legal Services.” In this informative eBook, we review different ways to manage your laptops and mobile devices while protecting client’s sensitive data, case proceedings and witness information.

In this eBook, you will learn:

  • How to find the ideal encryption solution for your firm
  • Why you cannot afford to ignore encryption
  • Best practices on managing data within the industry

Click here to download our latest eBook on the hidden benefits of encryption for the legal services industry.

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