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Instant Insights / Is Your Law Firm’s Data Secure Enough? Probably Not.

Cyberattacks are a fast-moving target, and it’s imperative that law firms, with their confidential client information, get ahead of them. Law.com’s reporting, however, shows that many law firms are poised to get caught flatfooted should hackers infiltrate their data. In this Instant Insights, we look at where the security holes are and what law firms should do to get up to speed.

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Dan Goldstein, president of Page 1 Solutions. Dan Goldstein, president of Page 1 Solutions.

On June 28, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed AB 375—otherwise known as the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 into law.

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