Followers of this blog know how important I believe new tools and technology are in the practice of law. Over the course of writing The Cyber Advocate, I also turned my moderate knowledge of cyber security matters into a focus of special interest, due to the threat hackers posed to law firms.
Today, I officially launch my new blog – Resilience Cybersecurity & Data Privacy!
Recently, I opened my own law firm, the Law Offices of Brian C. Focht. My practice is dedicated to civil litigation matters and cyber security law. As part of my practice, I provide cyber security and data privacy legal counsel.
Primarily, I focus on helping small businesses improve their cyber security defenses. Actually, that part of my practice simply evolved naturally out of my providing ethical and technology consulting to law firms.
Anyway, as I began to develop my practice, it became clear that I could provide a lot more assistance to individuals and businesses in the areas of cyber security and data privacy by doing what I’ve been doing for years with legal technology – write about it. Instead of just helping clients in North Carolina, I can, as with how I’ve used The Cyber Advocate, reach a much larger audience and provide help in many more ways.
For those of you who have asked me when I plan to resume writing more regularly on this blog, I have good news for you, too! New posts will be appearing here, hopefully at a rate of about one per week, starting in the coming weeks.
Hopefully you will all continue to read my writing on this blog, and at least once in a while hop over to the Resilience blog to check it out. If there are any specific cyber security or data privacy related questions that you have, let me know, and I’ll try to address it in a blog post or other format.
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