When hackers can’t get hold of a company’s data directly because there are too many security blocks, Jackson Lewis shareholder Ralph Losey said they may try through a back door such as the entity’s law firm.
In an entry on E-discovery Law Today, Losey said cybersecurity should be considered the No. 1 job for all litigation attorneys who handle confidential electronically stored information.
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