The “Heartbleed Bug” is creating a nightmare for law firms and other businesses when it comes to data security. No law firm is exempt from the risk of this devastating virus.
The Frightening Reality
As a result, clients are now demanding that attorneys improve their cybersecurity.
“The New York Times” reports that companies are threatening to withhold legal work unless something is done. They want you to add insurance coverage for data breaches to your malpractice policies.
The FBI is urging law firms to review their mobility policies, including the security of e-mail linkups and mobile phones.
What You Should Do To Protect Your Law Firm.
If your clients believe their confidential information is at risk, it could be a critical “HeartBleed” for your practice.
The take-away message is to be proactive. On Time Tech | IT Services In San Francisco can help. We can employ technology monitoring and incident response to prevent attacks, and respond to breaches before they devastate your practice.
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