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Safeguarding information’s confidentiality, integrity, and availability requires good management practices, thoroughly implemented security controls and measures, and a solid security organization.
To help law firms avoid data security breaches, the Association of Corporate Counsel has developed guidelines to help firms manage data, reduce threats and screen employees and contractors. Learn how to best embrace and implement these guidelines in the following infographic.
By James Cusick, Chief Security Officer & Director of IT Operations
Many security breaches can be prevented by implementing and enforcing basic security best practices, such as having a firewall and securing your Wi-Fi network. In addition to those threshold actions, here are seven other steps you can take to reduce your risk of a data breach.
By CT Corporation Staff
A commitment to key information security principles, such as those in the ACC Model Information Protection and Security Controls for Outside Counsel Possessing Company Confidential Information, and other frameworks like the GDPR and NYCRR, offers a variety of critical benefits.
CT has implemented a comprehensive information security program to help ensure sensitive client and CT data is protected. CT monitors its practice in four key areas to keep up with rapidly changing security issues: business, process, people, and technology.