As with many technological advances, there are positives and negatives. In the case of Wi-Fi networking and “bring your own device” policies, attorneys are no longer chained to their desks, but firms are left with new security holes.

As Richard Weiner, a graduate of Ohio Northern University School of Law, explained in his Akron Legal News Technology for Lawyers column, many attorneys are already aware of what can happen if their devices are stolen.

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