Avoid the commute, relax on the sofa and see your kids more. The pandemic-induced lockdown has some pretty obvious benefits for working practices. Yet there is one thing that has definitely gotten worse.

Law firms have long been targets for hackers trying to gain access to the confidential information they hold and for scammers trying to impersonate them. But cybersecurity is now a much bigger problem.

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