FREE Cybersecurity Due Diligence Toolkit

Is your firm adequately protected from hackers? Can your staff infect your entire network with a single click? Are you certain everything reasonable is being done to protect your firm?

Cyber Deviants and Hackers never stop getting better at bringing down your law firm and you can't rest trying to keep them out . Cybersecurity is more than advanced than just keeping your computers and servers running and updated and the problem is that most IT professionals don't really know what it takes to help a law firm implement a solid cybersecurity strategy (hint: it's more than just software). They're really great at supporting and installing new technologies but a real cybersecurity strategy goes much deeper than just Spam Protection, Firewalls and Antivirus. Fail at performing your Cybersecurity Due Diligence and it could cost your right to practice law:

"To maintain the requisite knowledge and skill, a lawyer should keep abreast of changes in the law and its practice, including the benefits and risks associated with relevant technology,
engage in continuing study and education and comply with all continuing legal education requirements to which the lawyer is subject."

Comment 8, ABA Model Rule 1.1

If you're looking for an expert Law Firm Cybersecurity partner that can guide you to meeting your Ethical Obligations, look no further.

Our cybersecurity solutions, are different for every firm but include the following elements that all firms need:

  • Risk Assessment including Technical, Policy & Procedure and Education
  • Technology Recommendations and Implementation (as needed)
  • Response planning so you can be prepared when a cyber event occurs instead of trying to figure it out as you go
  • Continued strategy evaluation designed to keep up with the ever evolving cyber threat landscape

Request your FREE Cybersecurity Due Diligence Toolkit and Know If Your Firm Is Secure. Complete the form on this page to gain access.

The Law Firm Cybersecurity Due Diligence Toolkit is used by 100s of US law firms to verify their security posture.