Think your business client or firm is too small or too well protected to suffer a data security breach? Because they house valuable data, have money in trust accounts, and are usually not as prepared as they think, businesses and law firms of any size make prime targets for cybercriminals.
All businesses — including yours — should have their data privacy and security policies in order and an incident response plan in place. Preparing for a Data Breach can help you get there.
No more chinks in the armor
First, know what you're up against with an overview of common types of cyberattacks, such as:
- Password attacks
- Insider attacks
Then, learn the secrets to stopping data breaches before they start – including how to protect your email system.
If the worst happens and you join the growing number of data breaches worldwide, you’ll know how to react with a look at:
- Information to include in your data privacy and security policy
- Essential components of an effective incident response plan
- Important lessons from two data breach investigation case studies
Doing your duty
A data breach can trigger nationwide regulatory reporting requirements. For example, a breach in Wisconsin could require you to report in each state where affected persons are located. You’ll walk away knowing what your requirements are and best practices for meeting them.
Don't let worries of cyberattacks keep you up at night. Take the first step toward protecting your firm — Register now!