The legal IT landscape is inviting and lucrative to attackers due to the massive amounts of highly sensitive personal and corporate information held by law firms. Threat actors will increasingly target the industry until a serious investment is made in both technological and human capital.
Law firms operate on a trust basis. It’s the cornerstone of their business, and if that essential duty of care to their clients is broken, the consequences can be far reaching.
In this white paper, find out how law firms can reduce cyber risk through the adoption and implementation of security intelligence tools.
- The top five use cases for centralized monitoring
- Why security intelligence solutions provide visibility into multiple silos of information
- How security teams can leverage existing investments to gain valuable insight into malicious activity
- How to streamline your IT operations with security intelligence