The best way for your law firm to manage cyber risk.
Law firms face an array of cyber security challenges daily. You are just one funds transfer fraud, ransomware, or email compromise away from exposure. Coalition provides the most comprehensive security and insurance that you need.
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Florida Bar Cyber Resource Gallery
Fight Back Against the Hack
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Cyber Security Secrets & Strategies for Law Firms
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What You Need To Protect Your Firm From Cyber Threats
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Year End Insurance Planning for Law Firms Podcast
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Could your business software be the cause of your cyber attack?
Since the pandemic, cyber threats — including ransomware and supply chain attacks — have increased in frequency and severity, further complicating the challenges of managing a distributed workforce.
Protecting businesses from cyber risk requires a new approach
Today’s advanced technologies can speed up processes, increase agility and spark growth, providing businesses with greater opportunities to make an impact. But with great opportunity comes great risk.
How Coalition’s incident response helps reduce risks during a cyber attack
Traditional cyber insurance protects businesses from the impact of a cyber breach after it occurs. However, what if cyber coverage could actually help reduce the risk of an attack before it happens?
Ransomware attacks are often devastating. They can happen in an instant — just by clicking on a link in a hacker’s email — potentially inflicting serious operational and financial harm to any-sized organization, including total interruption of computer systems, permanent loss of data, and even reputational damage.
Recovering Stolen Funds
Funds transfer fraud incidents are among the most common claims affecting Coalition policyholders. Through such tactics as phishing, business email compromise, and executive impersonation, cyber criminals can redirect an organization’s online money transfer to themselves instead of the intended recipient.
Security Training Best Practices
Regulatory frameworks, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), require organizations to adhere to high standards of data and privacy. Many companies need guidance on how to comply, and insurance protection in the event that an incident puts them afoul of regulation.