Improving safety and developing new security solutions stand in contrast to an equal effort by cybercriminals to find ways to compromise a law firm’s confidential information. This piece of the environment alone—a persistent enemy—is rapidly changing. Cybersecurity experts everywhere are engaged in constant combat versus hackers and other cybercriminals. Fighting data theft and malicious hackers is a core function for most IT administrators.

Unfortunately, there are so many cybersecurity threats, it would be impossible to find enough silver bullets to defeat them. So, how do you protect your law firm from a seemingly indefensible threat?

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