Law firms are frequent, lucrative targets for hackers. It’s no wonder: Law firms gather incredibly sensitive data from a wide range of clients, becoming a “one-stop-shop” for cybercriminals. And nowhere is sensitive data more concentrated than during the discovery—where vast amounts of valuable information, information worth litigating over, is gathered and culled down to the most critical documents. Yet too many law firms are unprepared to protect themselves, putting their clients, their reputations, and their livelihoods at risk.

Join this webinar as we look at how hackers are targeting law firms, what legal and ethical responsibilities legal professionals owe their clients when it comes to cybersecurity and the discovery process, and what you can do to protect yourself and your clients.
  • What a law firm cyberattack looks like
  • Why eDiscovery is particularly vulnerable
  • What case law and ethical obligations apply to law firm cybersecurity
  • Insurance and malpractice considerations
  • How you can begin mitigating risk and protecting your discovery process
Vice President, Logikcull
A vice president at Logikcull and former executive director of the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists, Robert Hilson has more than ten year’s experience in the discovery industry. At Logikcull, Hilson brings his extensive expertise to driving industry engagement and education around the most pressing discovery challenges.
Solutions Architect, Logikcull
Cindy Langenbeck is an attorney and solutions architect at Logikcull, where she leverages over 15 years of industry experience, including in-house work at Google and AirBnB, to help customers from AmLaw 100 law firms, to Fortune 500 companies, to boutique law firms design and implement discovery processes that reduce costs, empower users, and protect client data.
Casey Sullivan is an attorney and writer based out of San Francisco who leads Logikcull’s content and education efforts. In addition to organizing webinars, releasing white papers, and conducting industry surveys, he writes Logikcull’s news, discovery, and technology blog at