Salt Communications – a Northern Ireland-based cybersecurity company who provide secure enterprise mobile communications solutions to some of the largest law firms across the globe – are attending this year’s Legal Geek at Old Truman Brewery, London from 28th-29th September 2022.
Legal Geek was the world’s first LawTech startup conference that started in 2016 which doubled in size for three years running. The Legal Geek Conference draws visitors from 40 different nations. They shifted all of their events online in 2020, created their own event platform from scratch, and launched a consultancy to assist others in doing the same, including the International Bar Association.
The conference runs a number of 45 minute legal workshops based on behavioural science and design thinking, networking opportunities, new talks with top tips from global speakers and has a startup alley where the latest legal startups come together to discuss all things legal tech.
“Salt is looking forward to this innovative legal event where tech experts and lawyers are brought together to share insights on the future of the legal industry. Many large innovative law firms and legal tech businesses will highlight their views on the impact and importance of utilising technology within law firms.” said Nicole Allen, Senior Marketing Executive at Salt Communications.
Salt Communications have limited meetings available during the event, if you wish to book in with Salt’s senior management please contact email@example.com.
About Salt Communications
Salt Communications is a multi-award winning cyber security company providing a fully enterprise-managed software solution giving absolute privacy in mobile communications. It is easy to deploy and uses multi-layered encryption techniques to meet the highest of security standards. Salt Communications offers ‘Peace of Mind’ for Organisations who value their privacy, by giving them complete control and secure communications, to protect their trusted relationships and stay safe. Salt Communications is headquartered in Belfast, N. Ireland, for more information visit Salt Communications.