While most smaller law firms may believe themselves to be unlikely targets for a cyberattack, they could actually be the golden ticket for hackers who have an eye on the path of least resistance.

“Smaller practices are being targeted by hackers specifically because such firms believe themselves to be unlikely targets and thus often do not have the infrastructure in place to protect themselves,” said Anurag Bana, a senior legal adviser with the International Bar Association (IBA).

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