Lewis Brisbois Launches Cybersecurity App

The app connects clients and firm’s data breach team

Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith, a national law firm with an office in Denver, has developed an app its clients can use to quickly connect with the firm’s data breach response team. The firm unveiled the app Thursday at the Advisen Cyber Risks Insights Conference at the Grand Hyatt in New York.


In addition to giving users 24/7 access to Lewis Brisbois’ data breach response team through its “Report a Breach” feature, the app contains information resources to help users prevent, prepare for and respond to a data breach, according to a firm press release.

Portland-based partner Sean Hoar, who chairs the firm’s data privacy and cybersecurity team, said the app “will ensure that clients and cyber insurance carriers have access to our rapid response team at all times.”

“The wealth of information available through the app highlights our holistic approach to data privacy and cybersecurity across the country,” Hoar said. “We are excited to provide this platform as one more tool to combat malicious actors in this increasingly complex cybersecurity landscape.”

The app provides summaries of all state data breach notification statutes and security standards. It also includes a full directory of Lewis Brisbois’ data privacy and cybersecurity attorneys and access to posts from the team’s Digital Insights blog, which covers recent trends and emerging issues in the data privacy and information security sectors.

Good For You

Holland & Hart partner John Husband has been re-elected executive vice chair of the TerraLex global law firm network, the firm announced Tuesday.

TerraLex is a network of highly-vetted firms that tend to collaborate as well as share innovative practice tools and project management across different international jurisdictions. 

It is comprised of more than 150 law firms in more than 100 countries, incorporating more than 19,000 attorneys.

As a member of TerraLex’s four-member executive committee, Husband helps develop strategies for TerraLex to help member firms serve their clients’ legal needs and business interests, according to a press release.

“It’s a rewarding experience to observe the value TerraLex provides when member firms work together to provide exceptional client service,” Husband said. “TerraLex is committed to providing cost-effective solutions for member firms to communicate and collaborate.”

Husband also serves as the network’s regional co-vice chair for North America. At the October 2018 TerraLex global meeting in Boston, he was awarded a “Distinguished Service Award” recognizing his service to TerraLex and its membership. 

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