4 Things Every Law Firm Should Do Upon A Cyberbreach

Law360, New York (June 27, 2014, 1:13 PM EDT) -- There have been a number of high-profile major cybersecurity breaches in recent months. Hackers steal personal information, credit card information, and intellectual property from companies, creating huge headaches and financial losses. Law firms are not immune from these risks. The ABA Cybersecurity Legal Task Force reports that hackers successfully breached the defenses of approximately 80 percent of the 100 largest law firms in the United States in 2011.

Law firms are unique in that they maintain and store diverse information relating both to clients and employees, from draft patent applications to confidential client business plans and social security numbers. In addition,...

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