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Law Firm Security Goes Back to School

Armed with technical and regulatory weapons for preventing cyber crimes, law firms must administer policies to protect client data and use the systems and services held standard by industries like medicine and banking. No one knows when disruption will take place. New methods of adverse action force executives to make more choices and decisions. All departments must merge their vigilance and join with IT services as IT takes center stage in order to stay prepared.

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Most readers of this publication today are faced with making business decisions in the face of vast cybersecurity risks. They must act defensively and understand more than just what software is available to prevent or repair an ambush. If law firms want to prevent crime, they must recognize their vulnerabilities and the associated liabilities. As one conference in London marketed the concern, “No Cybersecurity, No Clients.”

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