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HOSTAGE SITUATION – Law firms continue to be victimized by ransomware attackers. But, as Victoria Hudgins reports, what may be even more dangerous than the attacks themselves is those law firms’ lack of understanding regarding their own cyber insurance policies. Despite the growing frequency and awareness of ransomware, some firms purchase insurance and incorrectly assume ransomware costs and coverage is included. Unfortunately, they often don’t find out otherwise until they’re attacked and forced to pay the ransom out of pocket.

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