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Kevin Studley is the president of The Network Pro, Inc. a Californiabased Managed IT and Security company that specializes in the legal vertical. The Network Pro is recognized as a growth company on the Inc. 5000 fastest growing companies list, a Great Place to Work by the OCBJ, and has placed on the Top 501 Managed Services Providers list for the last seven years. Kevin Studley is an active and long-standing member of Vistage and actively participates in events that promote the business community. For more information, visit www.thenetworkpro.net or call 714-333-9620.

Your Firm Was HACKED. Now What?

Your Firm Was HACKED. Now What?

It looked like just another notice from your law firm’s IT guy— probably another computer system update. Your administrative assistant didn’t ponder it long, just clicked on the link to get the busywork over with. But looks can be deceiving, and that’s what cybercriminals are counting on. With one click on a fraudulent link, any […]

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