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Your firm has an obligation to keep your client’s private information private. Law firms are generally considered soft targets by cyber criminals and they hold a wealth of confidential information. In addition to cyber liability (third party claims), a good data breach policy can help the firm with first party coverage, such as cost to comply with notification requirements, credit monitoring for clients and employees whose data has been exposed, setting up phone bank and more. Other first party costs include forensics to find the breach, expenses to patch it, downtime. You can even cover cyber extortion, where hackers threaten to expose your client’s information on the internet. Certain professional liability and business owners policies contain a cyber-liability feature, it usually provides very limited coverage. Your firm should consider a broad data breach policy.