Do You Have a Cyber Attack Incident Response Plan?

cybercrime croppedEvery attorney’s ethical duty of competence requires a lawyer to provide competent representation to a client, applying the legal knowledge, skill, thoroughness and preparation reasonably necessary for the representation. This in turn requires that a lawyer keep abreast of technology, including associated risks and benefits, including continuing study and education. As a matter of best practice and preparation, lawyers should proactively develop an incident response plan with the objectives of both stopping the breach and restoring systems, with “specific plans and procedures for responding to a data breach.”

You can learn more in my latest article, “Developing an Incident Response Plan for a Cyber Attack,” available here.

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