Law firms are, by their very nature, privy to some of the most sensitive and confidential information in the business world. For that reason, in this era of ever-growing technological advances, law firms face great risks of cyber attacks. Phishing scams, technological spying and hacking are becoming more and more common in the legal world.

From the seemingly manageable challenges of lost laptops and unsecured networks to the real life confirmation of targeting of firms by international computer hackers, cybersecurity is an issue that can be ignored no longer. It is a risk that grows every day.

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