Cybersecurity and the Partner: Roles, Requirements and Reporting

When:  Aug 1, 2019 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (ET)


Law firms are charged with managing the needs of their clients, meeting regulatory obligations and protecting the interconnected third-party vendor network. Threats and vulnerabilities need to be addressed as they are discovered and mitigated in near real-time. Boards and executives are tasked with building security programs to meet these needs, and responding to security events and even major, business altering breaches.

Reasonable care is not about dealing with lawsuits. It’s about demonstrating to leaders, investors and regulators (or when making an insurance claim), that measures need to be put in place to reduce identified risks and that standards required by their business are met.

In this webinar, we will discuss:

  • What is reasonable care and who is responsible for reasonable care?
  • Why is proving reasonable care so important to law firms?
  • What guidelines or standards can businesses leverage when building out a cyber program?
  • Examples of insurance claims that were impacted by reasonable care measures.
  • How do you demonstrate that you met reasonable standards of care?
  • How often should the board and executives meet to discuss cybersecurity?


Mark Sangster - VP Industry Security Strategist, eSentire

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