Santini helps local businesses with cyber threats
According to the Pew Research Center: “A majority of Americans (64%) have personally experienced a major data breach, and relatively large shares of the public lack trust in key institutions to protect their personal information.”
For years many of us have trusted sensitive information (business and personal) to countless entities – Google, Facebook, Apple, virtually any online retailer or provider. Meanwhile, Wikipedia’s “List of cyber-attacks” is deep and wide: the U.S. government, Visa, MasterCard, Sony, Yahoo, Adobe, LivingSocial, Subway, Home Depot, many more.
Today we’re hearing more frequently from small- and mid-size businesses dealing with breaches, potential breaches, and other digital security issues. One incident can destroy a small business (and worse). A study by Small Business Trends says close to half of cyber attacks target small business, and more than half of small companies go out-of-business within six months of a cyber attack.
Fortunately, a new breed of Tampa Bay area cyber professionals is emerging to help local businesses with growing and changing needs. One we’ve had the pleasure of working with is attorney Frank Santini with Trenam Law, which recently announced launch of its Cybersecurity Practice.
The Trenam Cybersecurity team assists clients in the range of legal and business considerations related to data security, developing cyber breach prevention plans and counseling in the event of a breach. The law firm also works with technical specialists, communication professionals, and insurance providers to tailor comprehensive services.
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