With cybercrime in Australia now costing more than $1 billion per year, Legal Firms and Professional Services organisations are facing increasing challenges to continually improve security and prevent unauthorised access to high risk or sensitive information and services.
Deal Rooms, client portals and for example in the legal and professional services industries, often only require a username and password. Where two-factor authentication is provided – it is often cumbersome, expensive to manage and difficult to deploy.
At the same time, clients are demanding security of their identity, their information and dealings with firms but expect a convenient, secure and easy-to-use service. As a result, legal firms have to balance consumer demands while meeting their security and compliance requirements.