cybersecurity data smartphoneDue to the rapid shift to remote work, IT and security professionals at law firms are under more pressure than ever to keep their organizations safe and secure from potential cyberattacks and threats.

Law firms are an attractive target for cyber attacks because they hold valuable client information and critical data and law firms have increasingly become more vulnerable to an attack during the pandemic. This is because the migration to remote work has made firms even more vulnerable as employees work from home. Unsecured WiFi networks, accessing proprietary information on insecure home devices, and increased online data sharing, all create gaps cybercriminals can exploit.

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