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Alanna Clair. left, and Shari Klevens

The first of this three-part series focused on the growing and substantial risk of hackers that all law firms face in the digital age. This article explores assumptions and errors that many law firms make in considering cyber issues. While some cyberattacks may be inevitable, there are common mistakes that many practitioners (and their firms) unwittingly make. By being informed of the risks, attorneys and firms can take steps to avoid common mistakes.

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