Mitigating the cyber risk within the Legal sector

We held a brilliant webinar with presentations from Chris, a business Advisory from the National Cyber Security

Centre, Detective Sergeant Mark Stratford from Norfolk and Suffolk's Cyber Investigation team, John Greenwood, Norfolk and Suffolk Police's Cyber Security Advisor and our own Head of Cyber and Innovation DI Fiona Bail.

During the presentation we learnt about:

  • the current threats/trends and why we focussed on the legal sector

  • Focus on ransomware, business email compromise and phishing

  • The national and local resources available

  • Mini Exercise In a Box - Ransomware

  • Ransomware from a Cyber Investigators view point

  • Victim Voice - recording describing a ransomware threat that a real law firm faced

  • Reflection on the victim voice

If you missed the presentation you can review it here.


Here are some useful resources for you to download:

Simple Cyber Checklist for legal sector
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Download PDF • 992KB
  • Resources provided by the local protect officers

CYBER PROTECT resources
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Download PDF • 380KB
  • Service catalogue for the student services offered by the ECRC

ECRC Student Services Brochure 2021
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Download PDF • 813KB
  • Copy of the slides from the ECRC

Slides from ECRC - legal event
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Download PDF • 1.16MB
  • Copy of the slides from the NCSC and Norfolk and Suffolk main presentation

Slides from main presentation
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Download • 3.09MB
  • Copy of the slides from DS Stratford - an investigators point of view

Slides from DS Stratford Input
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Download PDF • 1.89MB


We would appreciate it if you could spend 4 minutes to provide some feedback on the event. This feedback is nationally reviewed and is used to justify and improve the Cyber Protect provision. https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/NorfolkandSuffolk2122BUS/


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