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Since the aptly named WannaCry ransomware locked down data on over 300,000 machines across Europe and the United States, IT professionals have started more closely at how ransomware may affect their organizations . And while security experts maintain that cybersecurity is a companywide effort, attorneys often leave cyber concerns to the technical support teams.
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