Everyone knows that data breaches are increasing exponentially. This is particularly true for tax and accounting firms of all sizes, including small and medium firms. There are specific tangible measures that every firm should have in place in order to reduce the risks of data breaches. There also are specific tangible steps that every firm should follow after a data breach. We will discuss these various measures to be undertaken before and after a breach in order to address and attempt to reduce prospective risks and damages.
How to prepare for a data breach
How to help your firm achieve true data governance
How to handle and respond to a data breach
Hillard M. Sterling is a commercial litigator and trial lawyer with thirty years of experience bringing cases to successful resolutions through settlement, judgment, and verdict in tribunals across the country. Hillard brings a strategic, creative, and focused approach to his clients’ cases and disputes, and a wealth of litigation and trial experience at firms ranging from big law (Kirkland & Ellis, Arnold & Porter) to boutique.