New guidance on preventing ‘phishing’ attacks on computer systems has been published by the National Cyber Security Centre. The centre has identified the legal sector as particularly at risk (ncsc.gov.uk/phishing).
City move for Thrings
National firm Thrings has signed a 10-year lease on new premises in the City of London. The firm, previously based at Pall Mall, has secured 5,640 sq ft of space at St Andrew’s House, near Chancery Lane. Thrings has 45 staff in London.
Think AI for legal
Law Society vice-president Christina Blacklaws is among the speakers at a London conference exploring the impact of artificial intelligence and blockchain encryption on legal services. Thinkaiforlegal will take place on 3 May.
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