What is a “Data Breach”?
Data breach refers to the release of data from a system without the knowledge or consent of its owner. Common examples of data breaches include hackers accessing a business’ systems to steal information; an employee or ex-employee stealing customer information; or the theft of computer devices (like laptops or USB drives) with consumer information on them. Generally, hackers or thieves are looking for personally identifiable information (PII), financial information, and/or customer data.
At this time, the Locks Law Firm is open for business and is fully functional, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Most of our attorneys and staff members are working remotely and we are fully equipped to continue providing all services during this time of uncertainty. As each state's guidelines are updated, we will gradually be returning to work from our four offices. In the meantime, we would ask that you communicate with us by phone, email or fax and we will respond as quickly as possible. Please do not visit our offices at this time without first communicating with a staff member.