From general law to specialized practices, we understand just how critical effective IT and cybersecurity management is for the legal industry and know what law firms need most in terms of technology in order to maximize business, compliance, and client peace of mind. We also have a unique perspective on what fits where, when.

Our certified IT and cybersecurity consultants have worked with a wide variety of law clients like Allegaert Berger & Vogul; Wohabe Law Offices, LLP; Simmons Hanly Conroy; Mulholland & Knapp; and Duval & Stachenfeld to build custom IT and cybersecurity programs specific to their particular goals, challenges, priorities and budgets by first helping them come up with unbiased answers to these important questions:

  • What can innovations in technology do for my law firm?
  • What are the right technologies and strategies to move my law firm forward?
  • Are there opportunities my law firm is missing because we don't have the right tech in place to manage our systems and protect our data?
  • Are there potential cost savings we are not achieving by not leveraging all the right tech in the right places?

And we can help you solve common legal IT and cybersecurity problems like:

  • Ensuring regulatory compliance
  • Gaining the ability to scale quickly and affordably
  • Building resilience and improving cybersecurity posture
  • Cutting costs and improving service delivery and security
  • Focusing the law, leaving IT and cybersecurity to trusted experts and partners

Our client-tailored approach to managed technology services ensures that you get the IT and cybersecurity support that works for you—not just a standardized service package that may either be more than you need, or not enough.

Your success is our success. CONTACT US today for a FREE, no-strings-attached consultation and let's getiTdone with !

Case Study: Airtight Cybersecurity for High-Profile Clients

Our client, an established, successful law firm in New York City, approached us with some very serious confidentiality concerns. One of the practice areas of the firm was working with very high-profile individuals whose confidentiality requirements were extremely stringent, so much so that other firms had passed on their business.