CLOC Cybersecurity Initiative Gives Legal Departments System to Judge Outside Counsel Data Defenses
The Corporate Legal Operations Consortium is in the midst of designing a framework that will help corporate legal departments better evaluate how well firms can protect valuable client data, and give firms real standards to shoot for on cybersecurity.
Waking up to the news of a cyberattack is becoming almost a daily occurrence, and cyber risk looms at the forefront of many in-house lawyers’ minds. Companies may be creating better training, investing in security systems and bringing in consultants to avoid falling victim to a breach.
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