Webinar | ILTA Product Briefing

Quick-to-click? Why law firms are especially vulnerable to phishing attacks, and how to protect your partners

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May 26, 2021
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5:00pm GMT | 12:00pm ET | 9:00am PT

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Your Speakers

Peter Stanfield
Peter Stanfield

Information Security Manager
Irwin Mitchell

Harry Wetherald
Harry Wetherald

Group Product Manager

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Cai Thomas

Senior Account Manager


About the Webinar

According to the FBI, phishing was the most common type of cybercrime in 2020 - and phishing incidents nearly doubled in frequency, from 114,702 incidents in 2019, to 241,324 incidents in 2020.

For the legal industry, the number of these incidents are just as bad, as 80% of law firms have been targeted by phishing attacks.

Instead of simply trying to avoid the crosshairs of nefarious phishing threats, there are proactive steps that law firms can take to quickly upgrade their email security stack without causing disruptions to employees. Whether you currently use native tools, or have legacy solutions such as secure email gateways, Tessian can help.

Join Tessian's Group Product Manager, Harry Wetherald, as he shows you the anatomy of a phishing attack, and the required capabilities you need in an inbound email security solutions to prevent these attack types. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and hear from Peter Stanfield, Information Security Manager at Irwin Mitchell.

In this webinar:

  • Learn how Law Firms can best understand and protect their organizations from phishing attack vectors
  • How phishing attacks have evolved and slip past even the most diligent employees and security administrators
  • Learn how Defender has helped Tessian customers detect and avoid phishing attacks, and effectively educate their employees in real-time
  • Get a quick product tour of Defender to see how it prevents the most advanced phishing attempts
  • Ask the Defender Product Manager and customers how you can improve your odds against phishing attacks


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