Social media, data protection and cybersecurity best practice
It can be a struggle to understand the nature of social media. The top ten law firms in the UK think that cyber threats are a major concern when using social media platforms.
Peter Wright and Kayleigh Leonie discuss best practice on social media and explain data and connection security.
This podcast covers use of social media by law firms, personal social media use by staff, passwords and daisy-chaining, and wi-fi and remote working.
Peter Wright, solicitor and managing director at Digital Law and chair of the Law Society's GDPR Working Group
Peter has been advising clients on data protection for over a decade and created Digital Law in 2014 to provide legal and compliance advice to organisations about their activities in the digital arena.
Digital Law has clients across the UK, Europe, Middle East, Asia and the United States, and advises on data protection, GDPR and cybersecurity compliance along with social media law, e-commerce, website compliance, software licensing, privacy and Freedom of Information Act matters.
Kayleigh Leonie, specialist employment law solicitor
Kayleigh is an employment law solicitor and a Law Society Council member representing solicitors with zero-to-five years' PQE.
As well as being an ex-officio member of the Junior Lawyers Division executive committee, Kayleigh sits on the Law Society's Employment Law Committee and Women Lawyers Division Committee.
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