It’s not a secret any longer: The legal profession is a target. More than 100 law firms have reported data breaches, and that’s just the number that have disclosed them in a select number of states. It’s possible—though hopefully not likely—that the actual number of firms that have been breached is measured in the thousands, especially considering the crucial personal and business data law firms hold.

One unique aspect of cybersecurity is that it’s constantly shifting, as hackers try to stay one step ahead of those protecting information. That inherently makes predictions very tough to make. Still, Legaltech News spoke with attorneys and technologists brave enough to try: Here’s what they said to watch for this upcoming year in the security race.

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