There are some lessons for law firms and legal departments after a security firm linked China to hacks at as many as seven U.S. companies earlier this week – and only days after China and the United States announced a cybersecurity agreement.

Specifically, CrowdStrike said it blocked recent cyberattacks against five tech and two pharmaceutical companies – or maybe even more – based in the United States.

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