With any kind of deliverable a law firm associates itself with, client confidentiality should be absolutely paramount. It’s surprising, therefore, that many firms are still underappreciating the value of data security and still producing paper-based work, an approach that’s inherently insecure.

With ICO recently reporting that data security incidents within the legal sector increased last year from 3 percent to 4 percent, and the majority of these coming from loss and theft of paperwork, it’s time for law firms to finally catch-up with the curve.

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