Barry Friedman, Attorney at Law

Barry Friedman


Posted on July 6, 2021

From JBS Meats to Kaseya, cybercrime is front page news and it isn’t going away.

Large Cap, Middle Market, Mom and Pop – it doesn’t matter what size your business is or whether you are high or low tech.  Each business needs to think about when, not if, cybercrime will affect you. Just like insurance, you hope to never collect.

To prepare for this inevitability, have you considered redundancy in your mission critical systems?  Planning for system failures in advance will speed your return to service.  Does your service provider contracts address security requirements and indemnifications? They should – you can control how your data is handled.  And what about service level agreements (SLAs)?  These are typically key to assuring a fast response from service providers in the event of a data breach or security incident.

Our team is ready to assist you in preparing and managing confidential plans for assessment, remediation and business continuity to help you prepare for the worst and get you back to business if issues arise.

This post was written by Barry Friedman and Jessica Mozingo

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