Cybersecurity requirements are continually increasing, as are the questions regarding what to do about them. If you’re wanting to keep you and your company off cybersecurity enforcers' radars and stay ahead of the game if or when cybersecurity becomes law for your industry, this article is for you.
Lawyers, accountants, and doctors all fall under the term “information fiduciary” because they collect personal information and have a responsibility to protect that information. They are liable if that information were to fall into someone’s hands that could pose a threat to the individuals they collected it from.
Despite best efforts, dissatisfied clients sometimes file legal malpractice suits. Although there are no guaranteed methods preventing suits from being filed, there are tried and true ways that often reduce the risk of being sued, or minimize exposure once suits are filed.
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