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INTO THE BREACH – We told you earlier this week that more than 100 law firms have reported data breaches since 2014. Now, we’re getting into the nitty gritty of which firms saw their data compromised. There are plenty of big names among them, including Wilson Sonsini, Blank Rome, and McKenna Long, a predecessor firm to Dentons,  reports Christine Simmons, Xiumei Dong, and Ben Hancock. It’s not just third-party vendors that pose risks when it comes to securing data. Law firms also reported data breaches resulting from lost or stolen devices, phishing schemes and hacking, and insider wrongdoing.

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