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Onsite Backups Are Not Enough

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Onsite Backups Are Not Enough

Even high-tech companies with multiple onsite backups are vulnerable. Just yesterday ransomware called Mamba struck a firm in Cologne, Germany.

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Are You in One of these States? Technology Competence

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Are You in One of these States? Technology Competence

Do you practice in one of the green states on this map? In 25 states, lawyers have an official duty of technology competence. Competence is the very first duty stated in the Model Rules of Professional Conduct. Comment 8 to Rule 1.1 states in part:“To maintain the requisite knowledge and skill, a lawyer should keep abreast of changes in the law and its practice, including the benefits and risks associated with relevant technology...."In the remaining states, lawyers' duties to their client may be interpreted to require the exercise of due care in the use of technology to safeguard your clients'...

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Backup Failures

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Backup Failures

What if your primary, onsite backup system fails? By running our separate, automatic SecureMyFirm backup system, you have an added layer of protection.

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Law Offices Destroyed by Fires

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Law Offices Destroyed by Fires

On the morning of March 8, 2017, the law firm of Matheny Hahn Denman & Nix in Huntington, Indiana, had backed up client files to the cloud. In file cabinets...

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After a Power Outage Inspect Your Backups

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After a Power Outage Inspect Your Backups

Power failures can defeat backup systems. This recent incident serves as a cautionary tale.

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