Law firms are increasingly confident in their cybersecurity capabilities, despite many falling short of adequate breach response preparation. This finding is according to ALM Intelligence’s “Cybersecurity and Law Firms: Defeating Hackers, Winning Clients” report, a survey of 210 law firm respondents holding a variety of roles, including internal legal counsel, managing partner, chief technology officer and chief privacy officer.

The survey found that cybersecurity pressures are being acutely felt across the legal industry—90 percent of respondents felt attacks against the industry were increasing, while 73 percent noted receiving pressure from their clients to shore up their cybersecurity defenses.

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