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TCDI Announces SecureLaw 365: A Comprehensive Cybersecurity Program for Law Firms
Greensboro, NC, Jan. 02, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --
Technology Concepts & Design, Inc. (TCDI), announces the launch of SecureLaw 365, a cybersecurity service designed specifically to address the complex data privacy obligations of law firms. The program delivers an in-depth evaluation of a firm’s current level of security by identifying cyber exposures and then developing an action plan for improving cybersecurity.
SecureLaw 365 provides access to cybersecurity thought leaders and cutting-edge tools that would otherwise be too expensive to bring in-house. It offers a simplified, cost-effective cybersecurity program for small to medium-sized law firms to improve data privacy practices and safeguard client information.
“TCDI’s cybersecurity team has provided proactive security services for more than a decade, and now has developed SecureLaw 365 to further assist small and medium-sized law firms meet their ethical obligation to safeguard client data,” said Tim Opsitnick, Executive Vice President and General Counsel of TCDI.
Law firm data security practices are increasingly being scrutinized and audited by corporate clients given the privacy concerns associated with the data entrusted to them. The likelihood of failing these audits is high without an effective cybersecurity program, and the consequence is often the loss of a key client.
SecureLaw 365 is designed to help law firms protect client data as well as prepare for the inevitable data security audit. To achieve this goal, TCDI assesses cybersecurity from a technical, procedural and end-user perspective. Services include:
• Cybersecurity assessments
• Penetration testing
• Vulnerability scanning
• Managed social engineering tests
• Automated security awareness training
• Chief Security Officer on-demand
• Cybersecurity newsletter subscription
SecureLaw 365 was developed based on TCDI’s deep understanding of the legal industry’s strict data privacy requirements and best practices. The litigation services division of TCDI is entrusted with petabytes of sensitive client data that is stored in its fully owned and operated 5,000 square foot Tier 3 data center. “As a trusted partner in some of the largest and most complex litigation in the world, our clients require the highest security standards. Accordingly, we regularly undergo the same data security audits that law firms encounter,” said Bill Johnson, CEO of TCDI.