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The legal field is the ultimate realm of discretion and confidentiality. Email is a quick and easy method of communication for every lawyer, but by its nature it is an open, public system and certainly not discreet, confidential or secure. Even an email traveling only several miles often crosses the nation, passing through 10 to 25 different unsecured servers, all of which are susceptible to hackers, compromise and pirating.

The professional workplace has been changing. Attorneys no longer have to be sitting at their desks to do their work -- they can be sipping a latte at the local Starbucks while checking their e-mail, conducting research for their brief, and dialing into their voice mail. They also use their home PCs to connect to the firm's network. Supporting computers at a law firm is no longer a simple matter of protecting the workstations in an office environment; you must consider the dangers of remote computing from almost every angle.

Things would be wonderful if PC security was solely in the hands of one IT professional who would always be aware of the latest virus or spyware threat and take the necessary precautions to protect the machines under their care. But alas, the biggest threat to PC security is the end-user. As stated above, attorneys don't have the time or patience to learn about the latest threats to computers and as a result, blissfully click on a link in an e-mail, or blindly say "yes" to a pop-up box that asks to install software on their machine.

Sure there are very bad people out in the world who fiendishly enjoy hacking into people's computers and digging out personal information or credit card numbers. But the fact of the matter is that those people are only successful because there are computer users who won't take the time to protect themselves. All it takes is a few simple precautions to deter the majority of malevolent attacks against a computer.





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