How Law Firms Should Strengthen Cybersecurity to Protect Themselves and Their Clients

Law firms store a wealth of sensitive and confidential information electronically, making them prime targets for hackers. Not only does weak data security affect business development and client retention for firms, but can result in legal and ethical violations as well. How can firms meet clients' increasing data expectations? How can clients determine how robust their current and potential firms’ systems are? What mistakes are law firms making? John Simek, vice president and co-founder of cybersecurity and digital forensics firm Sensei Enterprises, Inc., answered these and other questions about law firm data security in a conversation with the Cybersecurity Law Report. See also “Sample Questions for Companies to Ask to Assess Their Law Firms’ Cybersecurity Environment” (Jun. 17, 2015).

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