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Getting Ready to Talk About Your Firm’s Upcoming Data Breach

, New York Law Journal

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Despite the forecast that more cyberattacks are on the way, few law firms, even among those who specialize in privacy and data security matters, have plans in place that detail how they'd respond internally and publicly to a cyber event. Being able to respond quickly and decisively will preserve your firm's public image and brand; a professional and measured response will signal to the market that you are in control and taking the appropriate steps.

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