It’s customary for law firms to list their lawyers’ email addresses online to allow prospective clients to contact an attorney. But do these public listings also lead to a heightened risk of cyberattacks?
Some cybersecurity professionals have argued that the benefits of placing lawyers’ email addresses online can outweigh potential risks—if lawyers are equipped with the proper training.
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