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Opportunity Knocks: Latest Blog Post - Fri, 18 July 2014
Our Summer Breakfast Series Train continued with our second stop in Washington, DC on July 17. The dialogue at Wednesday's breakfast centered on corporate counsel's growing expectation for law firms and third party vendors to come to the table with a higher level of cyber security capability, counsel, and advice. There seemed to be a very clear bottom line: the cost of doing business is increasing at a time when corporate counsel wants more busines for less money.
Corporate counsel at both our NYC and DC breakfasts stated that they expect more from their outside counsel with regards to cyber security knowledge, preparation, and protection. More specifically, there is a growing expectation and demand for outside counsel to invest in ISO certifications, cybersecurity insurance, and on-site inspections. While many corporate clients have a long history of exposing third party vendors to stringent security standards, law firms are now beginning to undergo the same level of scrutiny. Additionally . . .