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cybersecurityWhile abundant publicity has accompanied spectacular data breaches at Equifax and Yahoo, less attention has been paid to cybersecurity at law firms. This, however, is changing, as cybersecurity events, including hacking, are on the rise at law firms. A major professional liability insurer estimates that as many as 80 percent of the largest law firms in the U.S. have experienced data breaches recently. “Safe and Secure: Cyber Security Practices for Law Firms,” CNA Professional Counsel. Moreover, information stored in the cloud or transmitted via unsecured servers may be vulnerable to unauthorized intrusions.

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