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Jordan L. Fischer of XPan Law Group. Jordan L. Fischer of XPan Law Group.

Law firms often operate as a repository of sensitive client information, from proprietary trade secrets to personal data such as social security numbers and medical information. We also store sensitive emails and other communications that clients intend to and prefer to be kept between themselves and their attorney. As attorneys, our goal is to help our clients; and, the collection of this information is usually geared (or even necessary) to help and protect our clients. And, while businesses expend valuable resources to secure their business infrastructure, with a simple email request, that information is passed to a law firm that could expose sensitive data to whatever security and privacy protections (or lack thereof) that the law firm has in place.

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