Law corporations and lawyers know that the likelihood of a cyberattack is large and admit that the sector is beneath siege from cyber criminals. Unbeknownst to law corporations, attackers have progressed from opportunistic and transactional attacks to far more bespoke operations that concentrate on certain corporations, or worse, certain lawyers.
Hackers have learned to attack ‘trusted’ associates and sellers as an easy way to infiltrate their client law corporations. It is a a person-end-store approach to law company focusing on that leverages overall economy of scale, and the believe in marriage between a law company and its eDiscovery, document management or billing process infrastructure sellers.
The hazards are greater, customers are far more educated and reputations are on the line. In The Evolution of Cybersecurity: Contracted Attacks & Targeting Lawyers, we will focus on:
- The financial design of a law company and what makes focusing on lawyers so desirable to attackers
- Why contracted attacks are harder to defend from
- What a ‘spoke’ attack is and how media plays a role
- Genuine-time assessment of use situations of similar attacks with incident reaction and DDQ frame will work that align to ABA cybersecurity criteria
Wednesday, May perhaps 23rd
2:00pm – 2:30pm ET
Absolutely free Registration
Please note, this is a non-CLE webinar.
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