The ongoing stay-at-home mandates have quickly made remote working a reality for many law firms. But initially, some smaller and midsized firms were caught flat-footed by the government orders.

“Smaller to midsize firms have had to respond and weren’t prepared for this on scale,” said Mark Sangster, vice president and industry security strategist at managed detection and response provider eSentire.

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