Within the opportunities and possibilities of the digital age—from expanded access to attorneys to predictive coding and the ever-complex e-discovery landscape—rests a significant cost that all must sooner or later pay. As reliance on digital grows, so too does the risk of cyberattacks and breaches.

Austin Berglas, head of cyber investigations and incident response at K2 Intelligence and former assistant special agent in charge of the FBI’s New York Cyber Branch, said “over the past 10 years or so, the frequencies of cyberattacks have increased,” and their sophistication has expanded.

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