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As cyberattacks grow, cyber insurance is increasingly becoming a cost of doing business at law firms. But securing that cyber insurance is also becoming more difficult. Small law firms are facing insurance carriers that are placing a heavier emphasis on proactive cybersecurity measures, dropping clients, and even exiting the cyber insurance space when the risk outweighs the premium.
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By David Carns
If savvy law firm attorneys haven’t done so yet, they should take this time to adjust their expectations and increase their comfort levels with new technologies, processes, and workflows. Going forward, their clients will expect the emphasis to be on relationships and outcomes, not billable hours.
By Kenneth Spencer
Part One of a Two-Part Series
The legal industry today is experiencing a massive uptick in cloud-based discovery. The shift to remote and hybrid work and changing attitudes toward the cloud are significant factors in the movement to widespread adoption of cloud-based discovery. This article explains the momentum behind the rise of cloud-based discovery and the business reasons why companies will have to embrace it.
By Larry Gagnon
A good incident response program helps firms affected by a cyberattack identify potential damage to their reputation, their regulatory obligations for reporting and issuing notifications, and the potential for future litigation.
By Barry M. Miller and Elisabeth Gentile
Insurers who write cyber liability policies are well-equipped to manage cyber claims, but what about carriers and adjusters who face such claims under more traditional policies — also known as “Silent Cyber?” This article aims to help non-cyber risk adjusters who may have to oversee such a claim.