For obvious reasons, law firms treat client confidentiality as sacrosanct. However, security breaches are on the rise in the legal world. According to PWC’s annual law firms’ survey , 62 percent of law firms reported suffering from a security incident in 2015, up from 45 percent in 2014, with phishing attacks accounting for the majority of breaches. It’s no wonder law firms are going to ever greater lengths to safeguard clients’ confidentiality.
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