As law firms continue to migrate toward digital practices and cybercriminals become more advanced, a local technology firm is launching a new product meant to help firms mitigate their risk for a cyberattack.
Bluelock, an Indianapolis-based Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service, or DRaaS, provider, announced this week the launch of its “Cyber Threat Health Review.” Described as a “low-commitment, high-impact analysis of current data protection technology,” Bluelock’s new tool is designed to supply law firms with cyber-protection recommendations to bridge the gap between their preventative and restorative strategies.
Read more in The Indiana Lawyer here.
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