Law & Forensics Launches Financial Institutions Practice for Global Banks
October 29, 2019
By Public Relations Team
Seattle, WA (October 29, 2019) — Law & Forensics, a cybersecurity and forensic engineering firm with locations in Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, and Sao Paulo is announcing the launch of its new practice. Law & Forensics will now offer cybersecurity consulting and legal engineering to global banks and large financial institutions.
Law & Forensics’ advanced knowledge of US and international industry-standard frameworks such as FFIEC, NISO, EBA, ISO, and SANS, alongside its cyber and legal engineering experience of over a decade, allows the firm to develop customized policies and programs to mitigate cyber risks and threats.
“We couldn’t be more excited to launch this new practice area,” said Daniel Garrie, co-founder of Law & Forensics. “Global banks and other financial institutions are consistently one of the most vulnerable and sought after targets for hackers. Given the current state of cyber risk, there is a serious need for preemptive solutions and tailored response protocols if an organization does face an attack.”
Besides cybersecurity consulting and legal engineering, Law & Forensics also offers cybersecurity tabletop exercises. This unique offering is developed by our team of specialists and engineers and involves simulations to assess system management policies or vulnerable internal controls and operating procedures. The tabletops allow institutions to assess their cyber readiness and develop an incident response plan. Tabletop simulations are performed in-person by members of our team.
In a time of increased cyber risk, Law & Forensics is committed to assisting financial institutions evaluate vulnerabilities and take meaningful action towards organization readiness and response. Financial institutions face some of the strictest regulatory and compliance rules, which paired with growing threats is where the team of experts step in.
Daniel Garrie, Esq.