Biscom Breaks Down BYOD in Webinar for the International Legal Technology Association

Top Quote Webinar, scheduled for Nov. 14 at noon ET, to feature Scott Ainslie of Holland & Hart and Charles Magliato of Biscom. End Quote
  • Boston, MA-NH (1888PressRelease) November 01, 2012 - As the complexities surrounding Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) continue to multiply, law firms are struggling to ensure that the personal mobile devices preferred by lawyers align with security and management standards. With this in mind, Biscom, provider of the legal industry's most trusted document exchange technology, announced today that it will hold a webinar for the International Legal Technology Association focused on controlling the security threats posed by BYOD.

    The webinar, which is scheduled for Nov. 14 at noon ET, will be led by Scott Ainslie, application manager for Holland & Hart, and Charles Magliato, legal program director for Biscom.

    Discussion will include:
    General security threats associated with using personal mobile devices in a legal environment.
    Best practices for managing the usage of firm-supplied and personal mobile devices, including tracking devices to ensure compliance, provisioning firm-authorized mobile apps, enforcing security policies and blocking non-compliant devices.
    An overview of the technologies legal IT departments are adopting to control the wide range of employee-owned devices as well as maintain secure access to firm networks and data, including mobile device management, application-specific access for mobile devices and cloud services gateways.
    Security policies and actions taken when a mobile device is lost or stolen.

    Reserve your seat now for this informative webinar at http://bit.ly/QGXWb2.

    The webinar is open to all legal professionals interested in controlling the risks of BYOD. Have questions you'd like addressed during the webinar? Submit your questions beforehand to cmagliato ( @ ) biscom dot com dot

    About the Speakers
    Scott Ainslie is the Applications Manager at Holland & Hart LLP. With more than 15 years of IT experience in local and regional government, professional services, the utility sector and now the legal field he has a broad technology background. He oversees mobile device management, amongst other areas, at the firm and is in the process of broadening the scope to include a wider variety of device types in the BYOD field at the firm.

    Charles Magliato, legal program director for Biscom, is a seasoned IT professional with more than 30 years of experience in application development, IT project management, business development and channel and direct sales.

    About Biscom's Secure File Transfer for Legal
    Biscom's Secure File Transfer for Legal protects law firms from data breaches or noncompliance with government regulations that result from unsecured file exchanges. Specifically designed to meet the demanding secure document exchange requirements of today's complex legal environment, Biscom eliminates inefficient and often unsecured transmission methods such as email, FTP sites, or physical delivery of media. Read what law firms have to say about Biscom by visiting www.biscom.com/legal.

    About Biscom
    Biscom, the leading supplier of secure document delivery for the legal industry, delivers advanced technology that enables users to send and receive large files easily and securely. Biscom has been selected by a growing number of AmLaw 200 law firms to resolve the security, compliance, and file attachment challenges of email, FTP and fax. Since 1986, Biscom has been providing enterprise document delivery and workflow solutions for Fortune 1000 companies. Learn more at www.biscom.com/legal.

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