Taylor Vinters LLP join forces with Appurity at the Alternative Legal IT Conference

27 August 2019

An unmissable roundtable event

One of our most prestigious legal clients – Taylor Vinters LLP – is joining forces with Appurity and Lookout to present an unmissable roundtable event at the Alternative Legal IT Conference 2019.

Steve Sumner, IT Director at Taylor Vinters is responsible for the company’s app and mobility strategy. Having worked in partnership with us for many years, he’s a huge advocate of Appurity, largely due to the all-encompassing nature of our solutions and service.

Steve will explain how Appurity’s comprehensive range of mobile security solutions are helping Taylor Vinters to safeguard their mobile workforce in the post-perimeter era with solutions based on a zero-trust approach to mobile security.

“With threats like malware proliferating at an alarming rate, our firm needed to partner with a mobile security specialist. One that’s a leader in the legal field. That’s why we have been working closely with Appurity for many years. They have an unrivalled knowledge of secure mobility, provide the very latest threat prevention technology, and fully understand all the legal industry requirements. What’s more, the service they deliver is second to none.”

Steve Sumner, IT Director, Taylor Vinters

Safeguarding law firms

At the roundtable, which is due to take place in early October, the combined team of experts will focus on the importance of safeguarding law firms from threats targeting all endpoints.

“By providing us with advanced technology, such as Lookout, Appurity’s experts ensure we always have the right technology in place to safeguard our organisation against the entire spectrum of mobile risk. That means Taylor Vinters’ data and workforce is fully protected against app-based risks, device-based risks and network-based risks.”

Steve Sumner, IT Director, Taylor Vinters

Don’t miss this exclusive roundtable event at the Alternative Legal IT Conference 2019.

Our law firm success

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For Brodies, transitioning to BlackBerry® UEM was an obvious next step in their journey. A platform that delivers complete endpoint management and policy control for a diverse fleet of devices and applications, UEM would allow the firm to manage any devices it chose – both now and in the future.

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