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For the third year running, ALM Intelligence has focused its research efforts on the state of law firm and law department cybersecurity. In 2015, our research concluded that law firms and law departments (particularly law firms) were far behind the curve when it came to cybersecurity preparation and response. In 2016, our research indicated that law firms were still playing catch up, but things were improving slightly, and law departments were increasingly being held accountable for cyber-attacks in their organizations.

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Daniella Isaacson, Esq., Senior Analyst, ALM Intelligence

 

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