Phishing attacks are prevalent in all industries, and the legal profession is no different.

However, unlike other industries, lawyers possess a plethora of information regarding their clients that makes attorneys an attractive target for hackers. Likewise, hackers are studying their lawyer targets to understand how to craft an attachment file or link that is just too compelling or too run-of-the-mill for a lawyer to ignore.

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