CYBERSECURITY FOR LAW FIRMS
Running a law firm is tough.
Securing your business doesn't have to be.
According to a 2021 American Bar Association survey, 25% of respondents reported their firm had experienced a data breach at some time. Attorneys have an ethical and legal duty to protect information relating to clients and other confidential information. Proactive cybersecurity measures are one of the best ways for lawyers and other legal professionals to safeguard this sensitive data and avoid breaches.
In order to stay competitive, you need to provide top-notch service and have the latest technology.Protect your law firm’s data with Foresite’s industry-leading security solutions.
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Foresite Cybersecurity for Law Firms
Your sensitive legal data — Protected
Protect your data
Foresite offers a full suite of industry leading cybersecurity solutions that safeguard private case information from devastating ransomware attacks, including monitoring, training and compliance reporting.
Know your security gaps
Foresite gives you automated visibility into security gaps within your organization so you can make informed decisions about how to best address them and proactively safeguard your firm against cyberattacks.
Assured compliance: That’s more like it
Meet all compliance requirements in one platform. With an easy-to-use dashboard, you can manage all compliance tasks in one place.
Protect Sensitive Data
Foresite automatically monitors for regulatory compliance and alerts you of any potential issues — before they become a problem.
24/7 Security Monitoring
We offer a 24/7 security monitoring team that detects suspicious behavior in real-time, thereby protecting your firm from ransomware attacks.
The risk of cyber attack is increasing. Get peace-of-mind with 24/7 cybersecurity.
Cybersecurity Resources for Law Firms
In the absence of federal action, states have been actively passing new and expanded requirements for privacy and cybersecurity. While laws like the California Consumer
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