Law firm leaders sometimes hesitate to explore the use of alternative legal service providers (ALSPs) because of their concerns around data protection and cybersecurity. Those concerns are valid, as many ALSPs are not secure. However, some ALSPs are probably more secure than most law firms.

This year’s ABA Legal Technology Survey Report revealed some interesting findings about law firm cybersecurity. Responses came from attorneys practicing in a wide range of settings: solos (26%); firms of 2-9 attorneys (30%); firms of 10-49 attorneys (17%); firms of 50-99 attorneys (5%); firms of 100-499 attorneys (10%), and firms of 500+ attorneys (12%).


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