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Join us to explore Secure BYO-PC solutions with Venn & TierPoint. In this session, we will explore effective strategies to grant work access on personal computers, safeguard sensitive data, and streamline access for volunteers, interns, and external collaborators. Don't miss this opportunity for an enlightening discussion, overview, and Q&A session to strengthen your organization's cybersecurity approach. 
Join us for this session on Intune and Mobile Device Management (MDM). The webinar was held on Zoom on October 17th, 2023 at 3:00 pm Eastern.
Join us for this webinar on Bring Your Own Device. policies and considerations  Our guest speaker will be Eli Mattern of Community Legal Services. The webinar was held on October 24, 2023 at 3 pm EDT on Zoom.
LSNTAP hosted a webinar series called Season of Security: Enhancing Security in the Legal Aid Community. The series focused on different aspects of security and how programs can take steps to improve their security practices. Each webinar was aimed at a specific audience. 
The legal services community has not been immune to cybersecurity incidents over the past years.  Indeed, a significant number of programs have been compromised and significantly impacted by cyber attacks each year.  As with the broader non-profit, business, and government communities, the incident rates and stakes are growing within our community.
This intro level security class is focused specifically on remote working and protecting your client’s confidentiality and your organization's security.  Since we have all moved online, hackers and scammers are targeting this new set of remote workers.  In this webinar you'll learn about:
Email communication was never conceived to be the center of our digital lives, hence it wasn't created with security in mind. Today it is an essential part of business communication. Everyday sensitive and confidential information traverses the Internet and other unsecured networks where it may be intercepted or read. Microsoft Office 365 service has been improved by providing multiple methods to encrypt your email, including OME (Office Message Encryption), S/MIME (Secure Multipurpose Internet Mail), IRM (Information Rights Management) and TLS (Transport Layer Security).
Recently a friend got hit with some ransomware. He is tech savvy and still fell victim to it, after helping him deal with it I thought I’d share some some of the things I learn with you.

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