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May 2019


The UK legal sector’s leading event for business growth, professional development and cyber security takes place this month and Beyond Encryption will be at the centre of the action.

As part of its commitment to improving cyber security across the UK, the company is attending LegalEx on March 27 and 28 and giving delegates its advice on protecting their email communications.

Beyond Encryption will exhibit at the event alongside its trusted partners Taylor Made Computer Solutions and Peach Technologies. They can be found on stand 234 and will be handing out tips and advice to those in attendance on how they can keep their data – and their clients’ data – safe.

The trio of firms have been working together over recent years to improve cyber security in the legal industry through use of Beyond Encryption’s Mailock platform. The system is ideal for businesses within the legal industry, as it gives the very highest level of security for emails containing sensitive data.

The system not only encrypts emails so hackers can’t penetrate them, but it also allows users to verify they’re opened by the right user. It does this by allowing users to challenge the recipient’s identity before permitting access.

Paul Holland says: “It’s hugely beneficial for law firms, which arguably handle some of the most sensitive data around. Lawyers are dealing with huge sums of money when it comes to projects such as corporate deals, wills and house buying transactions so ensuring that information is protected is vital.”

Paul and his team are happy to meet with anyone attending LegalEx and talk about how Mailock can protect their emails. To arrange a time to meet at the event email or call 0208 1234546.

To find out more about LegalEx, which will also feature a series of talks and masterclasses, visit


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