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Sensei Officers Featured In Attorney At Work

January 13, 2022

Lawyer Tech tips from Sensei’s Sharon Nelson and John Simek were featured in a recent Attorney At Work article “Lawyer Tech Tips: Where Should You Put Technology Dollars in 2022!” by Joan Feldman and Joy White.


Where will you focus your technology spending in the next months? Our experts have advice.

During the past two years, the pace of tech adoption quickened as firms moved to automate their practices for remote work and virtual practice. We wondered what tools or initiatives small firms might open their wallets for this coming year.

So we asked our experts: What do you think small law firms should (or should not) be spending their technology dollars on in 2022?

Here’s some excellent new year advice from Julie Bays, Brett Burney, Tom Lambotte, Sharon Nelson and John Simek, Catherine Sanders Reach, Camille Stell and Juda Strawczynski.

Sharon Nelson and John Simek: Dedicate Some Dollars to Endpoint Detection and Response

Cybersecurity should be top-of-mind for all attorneys no matter their firm’s size. Ransomware attacks have escalated at an alarming rate, especially since the beginning of the pandemic when lawyers were working on their insecure home networks. Some reports put ransomware growth at 150% or greater.

Traditional antivirus software is no longer sufficient to protect your computer systems from attack. Yes, you still need to keep your investment in your antivirus/malware applications, but there is another piece of security protection you should be implementing. Small firms should be investing in some form of endpoint detection and response, or EDR.

Read the article here