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Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2021

04 Oct 2021

During Cybersecurity Month 2021, Morrison & Foerster’s renowned Privacy + Data Security Group wants to help you identify the risks and make sure you and your company are prepared for a major security breach or ransomware attack.

Over the course of the last 19 months, more than ever, our online and offline lives have merged in ways that we might never have imaged. Our days and nights are filled with video meetings, our emails are overflowing in our inboxes, our classes and trainings are online, and the basic necessities that we used to leave our offices and homes for are now ordered online and delivered. In these tech-fueled times, everything we do in and out of the office, and the nation’s economic prosperity and security are all impacted by the Internet. So what happens when something goes wrong? We’re here to help, with guidance and resources that help your organization be prepared for, respond to, and recover from a cyber incident.

Join us in our #MoFoCyberAware media and thought leadership series, and take advantage of the complimentary resources and tools we have gathered in our Cybersecurity Resource Center to help protect yourself online and reduce cybersecurity risks.

October 2021

To receive links to these upcoming webinars, client alerts, videos and podcast, please subscribe to Privacy + Data Security mailings. All of these resources will also be available on our Cybersecurity Resource Center.

Learn More

Our market-leading global Privacy + Data Security team has decades of collective experience helping clients navigate cybersecurity incidents and resulting litigation. Visit our new Privacy + Data Security Litigation practice page to learn how our team can help your company with potential litigation arising from a breach.

View the latest guidance from global governmental agencies on how organizations can protect themselves from the evolving threat ransomware attacks in our Cyber Month Resource Guide.

We are here to help you navigate the facts and circumstances of a cybersecurity materiality analysis with our Checklist for Cybersecurity SEC disclosures.



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