Mitigating Risk, Maintaining Reputation
No organization is immune from cyber incidents. Although helpful, minimalist data protection practices are often not enough to save organizations from costly data loss and embarrassing reputational damage. Law firms are not immune, either: According to Mandiant, a division of FireEye, 80 of the 100 biggest law firms in the U.S. have been hacked since 2011.
Legal practitioners have real responsibility when it comes to protecting their organizations and their clients from potentially disastrous data breaches. And every day that legal teams don’t put proper cyber plans in place, the potential for disaster looms.
Read on to learn about six strategies that can mitigate the risk of cyber incidents in your organization.
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1Key takeaways from the white paper
Review. Educate. Implement.
How to stay ahead of cybercrime and other unintentional breaches
Recovering from a data breach
Six Data Protection Strategies for Legal Teams covers important strategies organizations can use to mitigate risk of cyber incidents. Download the white paper to learn how you can stay ahead of cybercrime, unintentional breaches, bad actions, ransomware, and viruses by implementing strong security controls.
of all security breaches result from human error
Dive Deep into Your Organization's Current Security
Ask your organization the hard questions of what security is currently in place and what could be better. Find the flaws and fix them. Lean into expanding educational efforts within your team, and then implement the best cyber tools available.
3The Importance of Having a Recovery Plan Ready to Go
Making sure IT and legal teams are in sync is crucial to maintaining a data breach recovery plan. Consider also bringing in third parties into the planning process since outside vendors may be impacted.