Your Law Firm Compliance Solution

Law firms need cyberCTRL to help safeguard sensitive client information, enhance document management, billing, and disclosures, as well as ensuring compliance with GDPR and other regulations.

Law firm compliance

cyberCTRL Supports Law Firm Compliance

Our team of cybersecurity and privacy experts, certified by ISACA, ISC2, and IAPP, safeguards your business 24/7, regardless of your location. We cover everything from creating and maintaining cybersecurity and privacy programs to conducting audits, tests, and ensuring compliance with regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, NYDFS, PCI, and HIPAA. Additionally, we provide training, handle incident response, and offer forensics services, making us your trusted resource for cybersecurity and privacy needs.


cyberCTRL Law Firm Compliance Features

Regulatory Compliance

Monitor compliance, track progress, and address any gaps or deficiencies.


Client Confidentiality and Data Security

Identify and assess potential risks that could threaten data, financial stability, operations and reputation.

Document Management and Tracking

Manage providing a centralized platform for tracking deadlines, court filings, and case-related tasks.

Incident Response and Reporting

Respond swiftly and effectively, minimizing downtime and expense.

Find Your Law Firm Compliance Solution. Protect Your Business

When a virus crippled 30% of the business-world, TMG was here promptly and we were one of the first firms back in business. Indeed, much of the time we are not even stopped momentarily because TMG always knows about threats ahead of time and establishes appropriate warnings and precautions to get ahead of the game. Further, TMG has never sold me on a bunch of pointless techno-contraptions that cost a lot of money, and make my firm more expensive and difficult to run and more accident prone. Our simple technical structure (implemented by TMG) permits attorneys and secretaries to be trained in a couple of hours instead of a day or two; has “bugs” extremely infrequently; and is cost-effective to set up and keep running.

Bruce Stachenfeld

Chairman and Former Managing Partner , Adler & Stachenfeld LLP

Law Firm Compliance Solution - FAQS

What are the benefits of implementing cyberCTRL in legal services?

  • Regulatory adherence: cyberCTRL helps law firms stay compliant with a myriad of legal and regulatory requirements. This includes data protection laws, anti-money laundering (AML) regulations, ethical guidelines, and other industry-specific rules. By centralizing compliance management, law firms can more effectively track, monitor, and respond to evolving regulatory landscapes.
  • Risk Identification and Management: cyberCTRL enables law firms to identify, assess, and manage risks across various aspects of their operations. This includes risks related to cybersecurity, conflicts of interest, and changes in regulatory environments. By proactively addressing potential risks, law firms can reduce the likelihood of legal issues, financial losses, and reputational damage.
  • Efficient governance: cyberCTRL promotes efficient governance by streamlining internal processes and workflows. This includes document management, client communications, and collaboration among legal professionals. Standardizing and automating these processes enhance operational efficiency, allowing legal professionals to focus on providing high-quality legal services.
  • Client trust and confidentiality: cyberCTRL assists law firms in implementing robust data security measures, ensuring the confidentiality and protection of client information. Compliance with data protection regulations and ethical standards enhances client trust in the firm’s ability to safeguard sensitive data. This trust is crucial for maintaining long-term client relationships.

How is CyberCTRL uniquely positioned to protect my retail business?

  • Comprehensive compliance management: The system incorporates robust compliance management capabilities, allowing retailers to track and manage adherence to relevant industry regulations, data protection laws, and internal policies.
  • Risk management capabilities: The system can identify, assess, and mitigate risks associated with IT operations, data security, fraud, and abuse.
  • Monitoring: The system monitors the site(s) 24x7x365, constantly analyzing and prioritizing alerts.
  • Incident Response:  The system can provide resources and step-by-step guidance to recover from any cybersecurity incident.
  • Workflow automation: The system automates many tasks, including monitoring, alerting, triaging, incident response, risk assessments, reporting, and training.
  • Data analytics: The system provides holistic insights into the organization’s cybersecurity program performance starting with governance and ending in cybersecurity operations.

How can I get started with implementing cyberCTRL?

Contact us and we will be happy to walk you through it!  Here are the first steps we’ll take.

  • Assess your needs: The first step is to assess your organization’s compliance risks and needs. This will help you to determine what parts of cyberCTRL are right for you.  Our system is modular, so you only need to implement the pieces that will be useful to your organization.
  • Develop a plan: Once you have assessed your needs, we will help you develop a plan for implementing cyberCTRL. This plan will include a timeline, budget, and resource allocation.
  • Train your staff: As cyberCTRL is implemented, we will train your staff on how to use it. This will ensure that everyone is using the system to its full potential.

A successful cybersecurity program requires ongoing commitment, continuous improvement, and adaptation to evolving regulations and risks. By embracing cyberCTRL, legal institutions can achieve not only compliance but also significant competitive advantages and long-term sustainability.



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