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Coronavirus (COVID-19) podcast: Delivering legal services online and helping the public to be cybersafe

Last updated: 6 May 2020

Jane Deal, IT director for the Law Society, explores the most common questions on delivering legal services online:

  1. How safe are video conferencing systems such as Zoom, Teams and Webex?
  2. What’s the difference between paid vs. free versions of videoconferencing systems or data transfer tools?
  3. How to keep your firm safe when there’s multiple broadband users in one household?

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Listen to "How safe is Zoom, Teams and Webex?" on Spreaker.
Listen to "Paid vs free versions of videoconferencing systems and data transfer tools" on Spreaker.
Listen to "Multiple broadband users" on Spreaker.

The Home Office and the National Crime Agency have warned that serious and organised criminals are looking to take advantage of these unprecedented times through widespread cyber threats and scams.

Cyber expert Paul Basson, co-founder of Threat Ready, explores the most common cybersecurity questions we have heard from the public:

  1. What type of COVID related scams, fraud and threats are most common?
  2. What steps can small businesses take to protect their work?
  3. What are the signs to spot these threats and how can the public be cybersmart?
  4. Is the new COVID tracing app safe?

Listen to the podcast


Listen to "What type of COVID related scams, fraud and threats are most common?" on Spreaker.Listen to "What steps can small businesses take to protect their work?" on Spreaker.Listen to "What are the signs to spot these threats and how can the public be cybersmart?" on Spreaker.Listen to "Is the new COVID tracing app safe?" on Spreaker.

Resources

National Cyber Security Centre

Cyber essentials

Protecting your firm if you fall victim to a scam practice notes