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Law Firms and Legal.

The definition for reasonable and prompt efforts to protect client data is changing rapidly. Bar associations are catching up to redefine what is reasonable while cybersecurity insurance premiums are rising rapidly. While having anti-virus and an "IT guy" was enough last year, this is no longer the way. Law firms are facing the need to prove their data handling protections and controls and work proactively to mitigate risks.

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Reasonable Breach Protection.

Our resilience & verifiable trust approach covers policy development, incident response, controls design and development, reasonable safeguards, ongoing validation, and continuous improvement. We help companies prevent their "bad day" from spreading to customers and vendors.

Business Interruptions

Business interruptions can cover loss - or even slow downs - associated with the ability to conduct business. Our resilience approach positions clients to recover systems within established RPO/RTO objects to minimize disruptions to their systems and to their customers.

Data Breaches

Data breaches are commonly associated with external malicious actors or internal data handling. Our resilience approach focuses on mitigating data breaches caused by system glitches and human error through reasonable and verifiable identity, device, and data protection strategies.

Cyber extortion

Extortion payments are made to cybercriminals who disable the operations of a business or compromise its confidential data. Our resilience approach immediately reduces risks with ransomware, phishing, identity compromise and methodically reduces risks with such events.

"When a breach of protected client information is either suspected or detected, (the competence rule) requires that the lawyer act reasonably and promptly to stop the breach and mitigate damage resulting from the breach. Lawyers should consider proactively developing an incident response plan with specific plans and procedures for responding to a data breach.”

Frequently Asked Questions

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How quickly can you reduce risks?

Our clients experience major risk reduction in as little as 7 days, as our first step is the deployment of an AI driven Integrated Cloud Email Solution (ICES). It protects against ransomware, phishing, scams, and spam and it has built in Data Loss Protection capabilities. for clients that rely on cloud storage.

What does Bento Security do?

We manage cybersecurity. Our team works with the client business to strategize, design, and deploy a comprehensive information security program. We use a combination of software, tools, and people to do the things technology can't do alone.

Do you provide anti-virus software?

We scan all email and cloud storage for malware and have EDR technology available, but predominantly we guide our clients into MDM integrated anti-malware solutions such as Microsoft Defender in conjunction with Intune.

Are you an MSSP?

No! MSSPs provide their own tools and "plug-into" the business with a promise of solving the cybersecurity challenge. MSSPs do not offer true information security management nor do they effectively mitigate risks as their standard approach is rarely properly aligned with the client's business.

Are you an IT provider?

Bento Security is established solely as a cybersecurity and assurance service. However, we are involved in system & control engieering. We can work independently or with your existing IT.