In a recent ILTA webinar, Bluelock’s EVP of Product & Service Development, Jeff Ton, joined forces with Ben Miller, Senior Cloud Solution Architect at Bluelock, to speak about the current state of ransomware among law firms. In the webinar, they gave helpful tips to legal IT departments for ways to curtail risks, both short-term and long-term.

In the video, you’ll learn:

  • Why ransomware is a pervasive threat for the legal industry
  • What can be done to protect against downtime and data loss
  • How to speak to partners for buy-in on changes
  • How Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) assists law firms in a better IT stance
  • Why law firms are turning to Bluelock for DRaaS

For law firms struggling to invite changes to existing IT practices, Ton explains that IT departments must speak the language of their law firm in order to ensure proper investment for improvements. DRaaS from Bluelock establishes a process to recover from a ransomware attack, a scenario where data copies are protected at all times and organized into multiple timeframes for quick reference. As Miller states, “We focus on using the right tool for the right job.”

What sets Bluelock apart from other DRaaS providers is a unique approach to recovery and commitment to client success. Miller says, “Clients are looking for someone to become a part of their team and to do the heavy lifting…So that’s what we do.”

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