Organizations often believe their data is safe, but frequently are unaware of potential vulnerabilities that can leave them open to attacks. And recent studies reveal wildly differing views between executives and IT professionals in organizations on the effectiveness of their cybersecurity practices and policies. Is now the time to re-examine how well your organization is protected against a cyberattack? It may just help you avoid the considerable financial consequences of losing data, time, clients, and your reputation.
Law firms are known for storing private and important documents for their clients, so it makes sense that they should be properly equipped in case of a data breach.
There’s no doubt that peoples’ inboxes have been inundated with emails referring to GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).