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Six Data Protection Strategies for Legal Teams: Mitigating Risk, Maintaining Reputation

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Summary

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. This Practice Guide reviews six strategies for mitigating the risk of cyber incidents in your organization.

In this Practice Guide

  • Six strategies for mitigating the risk of cyber incidents
  • FTC tips for recovering from a data breach

Key Insights

  • The importance of educational efforts
  • The role of cyber insurance
  • What to consider in a recovery plan

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