Law Firms Across the US Need to Know New York's Cyber Regulation

Many firms fall squarely within the state's definition of service providers in their representation of covered entities.

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Many firms fall squarely within the state's definition of service providers in their representation of covered entities.

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  • Rich Santalesa

    Thanks, Judy. Well summarized as always!

  • Harold Shaw

    Great article! ‘Covered entities‘ are some of the most desirable legal clients out there, so any law firm that wants to stay relevant needs to address their cyber needs. Since there‘s a large shortage of qualified cyber experts, I‘d recommend a hiring solution such as SECUR1TY - which provides both freelance and full-time security experts - to help law firms get cyber compliant ASAP. As the article trenchantly says, those that aren‘t ‘cyber ready‘ may find themselves out in the cold.

  • Harold Shaw

    Great article! ‘Covered entities‘ are some of the most desirable legal clients out there, so any law firm that wants to stay relevant needs to address their cyber needs. Since there‘s a large shortage of qualified cyber experts, I‘d recommend a hiring solution such as com - which provides both freelance and full-time security experts - to help law firms get cyber compliant ASAP. As the article trenchantly says, those that aren‘t ‘cyber ready‘ may find themselves out in the cold.

  • Natasha Malinsky

    Wow! Great article. Explains why we are dealing with some law firms hiring CISO‘s for the first time :-) Please also free to share this excellent post at com/advice to reach a wide audience of security enthusiasts.

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