Security: Secure or paranoid
Keeping pace with security software is critical to ensuring that a firm stays ahead of the game, but how are they coping in these days of increased risk? John Irving takes a look
Today’s law firm is increasingly dependant on information systems in one shape or another. As with most things in life there is good and bad – easy information access (good) and information security threats (bad). Let us not get into the political aspects of the information revolution phenomenon, but let us examine the commercial implications and some of the inherent risks.
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