In August, security experts revealed that 68 million Dropbox user emails and passwords were leaked onto the dark web. For LinkedIn, the number was 167 million leaked credentials. For Yahoo: more than 500 million.

Now, you may have heard about these breaches, but perhaps you haven’t considered how it involves you: What email did you use to sign up for these platforms? If you’re a law firm employee, and you used your company email address, you may have opened the law firm up to risk. If you use the same two or three passwords on multiple different accounts, particularly connected with your work log-in, this risk potential skyrockets.

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