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Cybersecurity panel Standing onstage earlier this month, Jill Rhodes, vice president and chief information security officer, Option Care Enterprises, speaks as part of a panel discussion called “Law Firm Cybersecurity Requirements You Never Dreamed of, Emerging Threats, Ethical Obligations to Clients, and Survival Tactics.” (Photo: Jason Doiy/ALM)

Cybersecurity experts had a sobering message for the audience at a recent American Bar Association panel discussion: Preventing malicious cyberattacks is an obligation that falls on lawyers, if they want to protect their clients’ information.

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Xiumei Dong

Xiumei Dong covers the business of law from the West Coast. Contact her at xdong@alm.com. On Twitter: @XiumeiDong.

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