Cyberthreats may menace both law firms and legal departments equally, but the separate ends of the legal spectrum are taking markedly different approaches to guarding themselves from risk.

According to ALM Intelligence’s “Challenges at the Intersection of Cybersecurity and Legal Services: Cybersecurity Surveys of Law Firms and Departments” report, law firms are outpacing legal departments in their cybersecurity preparation, but they may be failing to meet security client and C-suite expectations.

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