While cybersecurity practices have become a standard part of today’s law firms, a growing number of firms are looking to stand out by offering holistic, preventive and technical services for their clients with data protection needs. Such a trend represents an evolution of law firm cybersecurity offerings, spurred in large part by client demand and a changing legal workforce.

To be sure, there are number of ways in which law firms are moving to offer these new cybersecurity services. Some, for example, are expanding their offerings through partnerships.

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