Harold Cort knows a thing or two about security breaches. He received a letter from the state of Connecticut informing him that he was among the more than 100,000 taxpayers whose Social Security numbers were on a Department of Revenue Services laptop stolen from a car on Long Island this summer.

As executive director of New Haven-based Tyler Cooper, he also works closely with information technology staff to ensure that the firm’s and it clients’ sensitive information is protected.

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