Law firms have now become primary targets for cyber-attacks. Along those lines, law firm clients have moved from trusting their law firms to safeguard their data to holding them to the same standard as any other service provider, expecting a mature and robust cybersecurity program. As discussed at last week’s Incident Response Forum in Washington, D.C., law firms face two critical and burning questions:
- What are the best and most appropriate cybersecurity solutions for law firms? and
- What should law firms be doing right now to manage the risk of the inevitable cyber-attack?
Although data breaches are preordained, law firms can still take important and thoughtful preemptive measures to exceed their client’s (now heightened) cybersecurity expectations and improve (rather than restrain) their business operations. But unfortunately, the cybersecurity marketplace is a chaotic morass replete with a mishmash of consultant jargon pitching dubious panaceas and dire doomsday scenarios. This webcast aims to make sense of all of the confusion and concentrate on how law firms can:
- Identify cybersecurity vulnerabilities;
- Remediate issues;
- Improve processes and data protection;
- Beef-up enterprise security posture with practical and realistic solutions; and
- Take preemptive steps not only to insure adequate preparation for the latest data breaches, but also to assure sufficient compliance amid increasing regulatory, governmental (and client) scrutiny.
Please join panelists Joe Segreti, founder of cybersecurity firm Korelogic, and John Reed Stark, President of John Reed Stark Consulting LLC, as they address these issues and your questions in this free webcast.
To attend this webcast (the live version is scheduled for scheduled for Tuesday, April 19 at 1 pm Eastern), please register below.