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Jun 16, 2021
Clop (Cl0p) Ransomware Gang Currently Claims 57 Victims on Leak Site, as Six Clop Gang Members Arrested in Ukraine Today
News broke earlier today that six members of the Clop (CIOp) Ransomware gang were arrested in Kiev, Ukraine and in surrounding towns earlier today by the Cyber Police Department of the National Police of Ukraine, working in cooperation with law enforcement officials from South Korea (the Republic of Korea) and the United States. eSentire’s security research team, the Threat Response Unit (TRU),…
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Jun 17, 2021
eSentire Revolutionizes Incident Response Services Introducing 4-hour Remote Threat Suppression Globally
Waterloo, ON and Washington, DC – eSentire, recognized globally as the Authority in Managed Detection and Response (MDR), announced today the launch of its Cyber Investigations Portfolio, complete with Emergency Incident Response, Digital Forensics Investigations and Security Incident Response Planning services. Believing that cyber investigations and incident response stand to benefit more from…
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Report — May 28, 2021

Legal Threat Intelligence Spotlight: Protecting your data and reputation

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Law firms have unparalleled access to non-public, confidential information from across all facets of public and private all of which leaves them as a primary target for cybercriminals. During the first year of the pandemic, firms were forced to shift remote work models relying heavily on conferencing tools. The confusion and unfamiliarity created a smokescreen for cybercriminals and offered new opportunities for exploitation. Earlier in 2021, the ABA published Formal Opinion 498 to address Virtual Practice and to remind lawyers of their obligations, even when conducting business in a distributed model.

This report is the culmination of billions of cybersecurity events and thousands of investigations on legal services. The numbers are complex, but the lessons we can extrapolate are simple: criminals target law firms, and they know how to look like an industry insider. Safeguarding your firm takes an understanding of the threats, a robust security program and the contribution of all team members. To aid in these pursuits, this report provides key findings and threat trends, along with recommendations you can use to harden your defenses.

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