What Companies Can Demand From Law Firms on Data Security

Association of Corporate Counsel releases first set of model cybersecurity practices.

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The Association of Corporate Counsel on Wednesday released its first set of model cybersecurity practices to help corporate legal departments ensure that outside firms safeguard their company's confidential information. Since 2014, the percentage of top in-house lawyers characterizing data breaches as "extremely" important rose from 19 percent to 26 percent this year.

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  • Neil R

    If you are looking for authoritative guidance for implementing Cyber Security controls take a look at NIST Special Publication 800-171, Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information in Nonfederal Systems and Organizations. Link - nist.gov/publications/protecting-controlled-unclassified-information-nonfederal-information-systems-and

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