Legal Radar, ALM’s new website for immediate updates on news and federal litigation, has added cybersecurity. This new industry category allows users to follow a critical business area in their personalized news feeds.

Launched on February 25, Legal Radar is a continuously updated news feed customized to users key interest areas. New registrants are guided through simple steps to tailor their Radar feeds by following key industries, practice areas, law firms, companies and regions.

The site uses automated processes to quickly surface and summarize new federal cases. Each summary is then reviewed by an experienced editor and delivered based on users’ personal selections so they can act quickly on information that’s important to their practice and clients. 

With the addition of a cybersecurity, Legal Radar now offers updates on companies including A10 Networks, Barracuda Networks, Cyren, Darktrace, FireEye, Juniper Networks, MobileIron, Palo Alto Networks, Sophos, Splunk, Tanium and more than 50 other leading cyberdefense firms.

Still learning about Legal Radar? Here are answers to some frequently asked questions

» Who is Legal Radar for? This tool is ideal for business litigators and all legal professionals who want to keep up with trends in client industries and follow particular companies or law firms. 

» What does Legal Radar cover? Legal Radar delivers updates on new civil lawsuits, removals and attorney appearances in federal court involving more than 2,400 major companies and law firms. Your Legal Radar feed also includes summaries of breaking news and important legal developments covered by the ALM global newsroom. 

» Is Legal Radar really free? Yes. There is no fee to set up or access your personal news feed on Legal Radar. This includes access to federal court updates and underlying court documents. Your access also includes the ability to read three articles per month on Law.com. Subscribing to Law.com unlocks all the content in your Legal Radar feed. 

For more information about Legal Radar, visit our FAQ page. Get started today at law.com/radar