At its core, big data is all about unmasking the intricacies and nuances of customers and clients to provide a tailored experience and product. With that being said, it may come as no surprise that the education system has flocked to these principles and tried to adapt big data to fit their model.
While the advent of sophisticated mobile technology can be a godsend for productivity and adaptability, it can still spell trouble for those who aren’t practising proper mobile security habits.
Obviously, one of the core principles of having a relationship with a client is confidentiality. So, what if you had a data breach on your smartphone and compromised sensitive client materials? Aside from losing a client, you could risk threatening your personal image or your law firm’s.
Thankfully, there are some ways that lawyers can protect their clients and themselves when it comes to working on mobile devices.