Locking down your portable devices, including storage devices such as flash drives, should be standard operating procedure for everyone, but especially for lawyers who are likely to be carrying around confidential client information. But if you find setting passwords and encrypting your data too time-consuming or consider it too challenging, take a look at these recent posts providing simple instructions and reminding you why it’s worth your additional efforts:
· Keep Your Flash Drive Safe by Courtney Kennaday posted on the SC Small Firm blog on April 24, 2012
· Protecting Data on your iDevice by Pegeen Turner posted on Lawyers Mutual Risk Management Resources page on April 30, 2012
· Lawyers: CYA When Working from Mobile Devices by Ruth Carter posted on the Attorney at Work blog on May 1, 2012
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