Alarmed by the rising threat of hackers bent on extorting, exposing or undermining their work, Washington, D.C., law firms have been quietly changing their behavior since DLA Piper fell victim to a major security breach last June.
DLA Piper’s D.C. leader, meanwhile, says the firm has emerged stronger than ever from the crisis.
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