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Stephen Treglia

Time is running out for lawyers representing certain types of business entities, specifically, those in the financial sector and those doing business in the European Union (EU), and there is still much work left to do. The window is closing regarding when critical personal data belonging to those businesses that are in a lawyer’s possession must be shielded from unauthorized access over the lawyer’s computer systems. Incidentally, if your clients are involved in health care, that same window closed a few years ago.

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