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Patrick Haggerty Article Offers Guidance on Using a Data Security Forensic Firm

Articles / June 7, 2017

Partner Patrick Haggerty authored an article published May 24, 2017, by Law360. The article, “3 Tips for Using Forensic Firms in Data Breach Responses,” emphasizes that a company’s ability to efficiently conduct a forensic investigation is key to limiting the damage caused by a data security incident. Haggerty details three steps companies should take:

  • Choose a forensic firm before there’s an incident and negotiate a service agreement.
  • Onboard the forensic firm.
  • Maintain good log data that is accessible from a central source.

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