Emails were always a gateway for accidental data breaches, but the stress and distraction of the recent shift to remote work has exacerbated the potential cyber risk. And while the legal industry is better than most at leveraging technology to detect data breaches, it’s still at significant risk of email-based cyberattacks, according to a new survey.

Today, email and data security solution provider Egress released “The 2020 Outbound Email Security Report,” a survey of 538 U.K. and U.S. senior managers in the legal, financial, health care and banking sectors.

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