Law firms have different options to gain information on cyber risks. One option that many are currently undertaking is joining a regional consortium or an information sharing center to gain the most up-to-date threat information.

It is true, according to Mark Sangster, vice president and industry security strategist at eSentire, that “many law firms still learn about cyber threats from the headlines, when the FBI shows up to report a breach or when illegal use of stolen data is used to front run trades.” Also, “firms of all scale are quickly mobilizing mechanisms to detect and block threats.

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