Join our CEO, Seth Hallem, for this 40-minute session to learn about current pervasive attacks on proprietary data:1. How these attacks work across all devices2. Specific challenges of securing data on mobile devices3. How our LINK app’s secure container and system architecture address these challengesSynopsisIndustrial espionage refers to the theft of secret information to gain a competitive edge. Industrial espionage is a tool of governments and ill-intentioned businesses around the world that seek to steal everything from proprietary designs and intellectual property to confidential contractual arrangements. Law firms are aggregators of exactly this type of information - everything from patent applications to real estate deals to acquisition agreements flows through lawyers. For this reason, every law firm that handles corporate data is a fertile target for those seeking an ill-gotten competitive edge.How does industrial espionage work? How pervasive is it? What can you do about it? In this webinar, we will explore these questions. We will focus specifically on the ways in which malicious actors look to compromise enterprise systems through attacks against end users. We will discuss pervasive attack vectors across all end-user devices such as phishing and watering holes, and we will discuss attacks specifically designed to compromise mobile devices along with some of the unique challenges of securing data on mobile devices. We will also explore how the Link app and the Link system attempt to address these attack vectors through a fundamentally different approach to securing data access, data transport, and data storage.