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CYBERSECURITY WOES – The legal industry has poured major resources into cybersecurity, leading to huge leaps in progress in the last decade, but many large and small law firms alike are lagging when it comes to preventing and reacting to data breaches. In the third installment of Law.com’s series on law firm data breaches, Christine Simmons and Xuimei Dong report on how, as hackers get smarter, the legal industry risks falling behind other industries in keeping data safe.

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