Fear of cyber crime rise as nearly 80% believe their firm could be hit by web hack
Law firm managers are becoming increasingly concerned about the likelihood of their firm being subject to a cyber attack, according to new research from Legal Week. A Legal Week Benchmarker survey – which canvassed the views of more than 370 partners, IT directors, chief information officers (CIOs) and other senior managers – found almost 80% of respondents believed that their firm is likely to be the subject of cyber attacks, while nearly two fifths (38%) believe that the number of cyber attacks is on the rise.
Legal Week Intelligence report reveals growing worries about threat of online crime among law firms
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