Awards & Recognition
April 26, 2017
Polsinelli Earns Spot on “Law Firms Best at Cybersecurity” List

Firm is one of 30 named by BTI Consulting for leading the charge in cybersecurity

Polsinelli was designated today a Cybersecurity Leader, earning a spot on BTI Consulting Group’s 2017 Law Firms Best at Cybersecurity list.

According to BTI, Polsinelli is one of 30 law firms clients identify as leading the charge in cybersecurity. The recognition accentuates Polsinelli’s influential impact on the technology industry.

“To be among the very best of national law firms known for cybersecurity highlights our early commitment to this area and deep understanding of the related technology and data security data security issues,” said Polsinelli Chairman Russ Welsh. “As a leader in cybersecurity law, we’ll continue to look to our innovative attorneys to help our clients meet their strategic business goals while protecting their increasingly valuable data.”

This recognition marks Polsinelli’s debut on BTI’s Law Firms Best at Cybersecurity list, and builds upon its recent No. 20 ranking for brand strength as part of BTI’s 2017 BTI Brand Elite. The firm was also recently selected to BTI’s Client Service A-Team as No. 17 in Client Service.

According to BTI, “Cybersecurity and data privacy is the fastest growing segment of outside counsel spending. It is also the biggest issue keeping clients awake at night. Clients are placing heavy focus on forward-looking, as well as current, cybersecurity issues.”

BTI’s Law Firms Best at Cybersecurity list is based on comprehensive analysis from more than 4,700 corporate counsel interviews at companies with greater than $1 billion in revenues, and is representative of more than 15 industry segments.

“I’m proud of this recognition, as it is reflective of the hard work we churn out for our clients,” said Polsinelli’s Technology Transactions and Data Privacy Practice Chair Greg Kratofil. “We have assembled a great team of attorneys with deep technical experience in cybersecurity and data privacy who work closely with some of the world’s leading information security companies to protect our clients in today’s data-driven marketplace.”

Polsinelli’s national Technology Transactions and Data Privacy practice works to educate clients on the business implications and risks of data privacy, and then focuses on legal details. The practice is comprised of 25 attorneys, former software and systems engineers, network administrators, and information privacy professionals who are experienced in industries ranging from health care, banking, telecommunications, retail and beyond.

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