Hogan Lovells is no longer just one of the world’s biggest law firms. It recently launched a cyberrisk consultancy. This group isn’t staffed by lawyers and doesn’t provide legal advice. Instead, its nonlawyer technical and risk professionals—led by Jeff Lolley, a cybersecurity expert who cochairs the FBI Infragard Cyber Special Interest Group for the Washington, D.C., region—help the firm’s clients develop cybersecurity programs and manage the risk of data breaches.

Hogan Lovells already boasted one of the market’s leading legal practices in the fast-growing area of cybersecurity law. Its 50-lawyer team last year advised Home Depot following an attack on its payment terminals that led to the theft of the credit card information belonging to more than 50 million customers.

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