Threats of cyberattacks have not only made legal professionals more wary—especially as legal teams in firms and in-house are increasingly the target of cyber hackers—but it has also changed their relationship with vendors.

Indeed, as legal professionals now have to rely on vendors, such as e-discovery providers, to securely store their clients’ data, discussions on where the responsibility should lie in case of a data breach have grown more complicated.

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