When it comes to cybersecurity, you’re as strong as your weakest link — and that often comes when your employees work offsite. This is true for many industries, and it’s undoubtedly important for law firms or corporate legal departments where reputation is critical.
In the Panama Papers leak, more than 11.5 million documents from Mossack Fonseca described over 200,000 shell corporations used for tax evasion. In 2016, three foreign nationals hacked into a New York City law firm to use information for insider trading, gaining more than $4 million.
“The risk associated with law firms is higher as they become a bigger target. You can easily find examples of firms that have been compromised and all of their client data has been made public. The threat is real,” says Paul Sems, chief technology officer, Blue Technologies Inc.
Lawyers Mutual reported 22 percent of law firms experienced a cyberattack or data
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