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Lawsuits aren’t the only threat facing law firms in the aftermath of a data breach. In the event of a cyberincident, lawyers have relevant legal obligations they must follow. And the need to review whether a firm is prepared to meet its ethical obligations is increasingly important, given the number of hacks aimed at lawyers—as reported by Legaltech News, a LogicForce survey found that hacking attempts were made on over 200 U.S. law firms between 2016 and 2017.

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