It’s been widely reported that the legal industry has been a slow adopter of cybersecurity measures. This article by Law.com is further proof of how primitive the industry is when it comes to cybersecurity: https://bit.ly/2HYBm0E. The article merely lists and then discusses in a superficial manner certain “basic cybersecurity measures” (which is the phrase used in the article) like antivirus and the need for encryption.
Instead of creating lists of “basic” cybersecurity measures, Law.com should point all legals to informative sources like @usnistgov and its Cybersecurity Framework: https://bit.ly/2ePWDZM, or @FTC and its small businesses resources: https://bit.ly/2Hv3zsv. And instead of spouting superficial cybersecurity tips like using encryption to protect data, Law.com should provide legals with useful information about a comprehensive, “managed” file transfer software that can address many cybersecurity needs: https://bit.ly/2b6amgC.