Your law firm handles sensitive client information and is privy to PII (Personally Identifiable Information). A data breach could not only produce significant financial liability for the firm but could also lead to significant reputational damage.
How secure is your clients' data in the face of increasing cybersecurity threats?
Your firm's reputation is built on trust and confidence. Once that trust is broken, it's tough to win it back, so preventing a data breach is critical. Bound by the high standards of a solicitor-client privilege, you must adopt specific law firm cybersecurity best practices to protect confidential information.
How do you create a cybersecurity strategy to safeguard client data and protect your law firm from ransom payouts, reputational damage, and losses due to system downtime?
Read on for tips and guidelines from our data security experts. And don't forget to sign up for the LexCloud.ca Cybersecurity Seminar for Law Firms.