Distance Learning Connection

Empire State Building
350 Fifth Avenue, 68th Floor
New York, NY 10118

(917) 810-4222

Distance Learning Connection

Distance Learning Connection offers customized learning experiences for the highly regulated legal industry. Its distance learning online cybersecurity training courses and in-person cybersecurity training for the legal industry will help attorneys recognize their role and responsibility in preventing a cyber incident.

The Cybersecurity Training for Legal Firms Course will identify the laws and regulations that drive attorneys’ obligations to maintain the privacy of client data and protect the information, as well as protect documents and information during storage and transmission, in and out of the firm. In addition, the online training in cybersecurity will explain how to properly destroy documents and digital files that contain protected information, when they are no longer being used, and conform with industry best practices for meeting cybersecurity obligations.

Attorneys will have all of their questions answered, regarding the many cybersecurity issues in their industry. They will learn what drives an attorney’s obligation to maintain the privacy of client data and protected information, and they’ll discover which tools and techniques cybercriminals use to gain access to their clients’ protected information. Additionally, they’ll learn what industry best practices should be used to properly secure protected client information.

Upon successful completion of the online cybersecurity training course, the attorney will be able to explain the scope of cybersecurity regulations, recall the obligations that the regulations impart, categorize the profile of cybercriminals and distinguish the types of cybercrimes that are committed. Most importantly, through the in-person and online cybersecurity training course, attorneys will learn their responsibilities and have the tools to protect client information from future cybercrime.

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