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With the Appleby data breach still top of mind of many law firm and legal department professionals, cybersecurity has become a major area of concern. To learn more about how law firms can protect themselves against cyber attacks and data breaches, I sat down with Laurie Fischer, managing director at HBR Consulting. Fischer leads the Information Governance practice at HBR, where she helps address the increasingly complex and demanding regulatory and technological challenges of today’s information management environment. She has over 25 years of consulting experience partnering with clients of all industries and sizes to help them achieve their enterprise-wide and governance objectives.
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