Cybercrime: Law firms hit by hacking
Although the advent of technology obviously has its plus points, firms must be careful not to overlook its possible drawbacks or face the consequences, says Milan Vjestica
On the 10th anniversary of cyberspace, e-mail and the internet have become integrated into every aspect of work and personal life. Business communication through e-mail is fast, easy and, more importantly, cheap, with law firms increasingly enjoying a paperless working environment.
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