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Cyberhackers Benefiting During COVID-19

Entrepreneurs have been focused on holding their businesses together, facing office shutdowns, setting up a remote workforce and likely facing lower-than-planned for quarterly income during the COVID-19 crisis. In the meantime, though cyberhackers have been having a field day. Cyberhackers benefiting during COVID-19 because of the quick shift from in-office to remote workers. Cybercriminals and…
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Coronavirus Highlighted Need For Crisis Management Plan

The coronavirus pandemic highlighted crisis management plan needs in the legal, accounting and healthcare fields. All business owners were faced with rapidly changing events, a switch from in-office staff to a remote workforce and to strains on the IT staff. Coronavirus highlighted the need for crisis management plan and brought to light any gaps in…
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How To Avoid Crisis Management Plan Mistakes

When your law firm and its partners and IT team worked on the firm’s crisis management plan, also known as a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) is the go-to when disaster strikes. Disaster can come in the form of fire, flood, vandalism or something like #coronavirus. How to avoid crisis management plan mistakes —…
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Are you preparing for post-COVID-19 Business Continuity Planning?

Law firm, accounting practices, and healthcare office staff we work with are tired of hearing about COVID-19. The impacts coronavirus has had, and continues to have on businesses need to be addressed especially as the country “opens up.”Your company’s post-COVID-19 business continuity planning success depends on the steps you’re taking now. The coronavirus is not…
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How Law Firms And Accounting Practices Can Plan For A Crisis

There are emergencies business owners can plan for and others cannot be planned for but will critically impact a business and its long-term viability. We have put together this information on how law firms and accounting practices can plan for a crisis is crucial for recovery following a disaster is our focus. Law practices, accounting…
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BCDRs Assist In Crisis Management

In the first part of this series, we wrote about how law firms, accounting, and medical practices can help recover from a disaster by following their crisis management plan. In this article, we share how BCDRs assist in crisis management because it helps a business owner be proactive. The business continuity and disaster recovery plan…
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7 Ways To Safeguard Company Passwords

Coronavirus has opened the virtual doors to cyberattacks and hackers are becoming increasingly bolder with their attacks. Don’t let COVID-19 work-from-home set-ups compromise data security and invite a cyberattack. We offer 7 ways to safeguard company passwords, at a minimum. Law firms and accounting practice technology teams are being pushed to its limits with the…
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Why It’s Time To Rebuild Your Business Continuity Plan

You may not think this is the right time to think about rebuilding your law firm’s business continuity plan, but there is no time like the present. Why every business needs a business continuity (BC) plan Your company’s business continuity plan is the document that your company principles would have referred to during the COVID-19…
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How To Draft A Business Continuity Plan For Your Firm

At its most basic a business continuity plan will “outline the instructions and procedures your law firm needs to follow when faced with a disaster (flood, cyberattack, fire or coronavirus pandemic).” This proactively initiated and implemented plan gives your business its strongest chance of surviving the disaster. It’s rare that a business or individual gets…
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How Your Law Firm Can Maintain Business Continuity During The COVID-19 Outbreak

There are very few businesses that are not being negatively impacted by the COVID-19/coronavirus outbreak. Businesses across the country, and around the globe are having to pivot and find not only new ways in which to remain solvent, but new ways in which to maintain business continuity. Proactive business owners were more well-prepared for this…
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