Family offices and their clients are at substantial risk of cyberattacks. By definition, family offices exist to manage the finances and other interests of small groups of people who are often prominent and in any event extremely wealthy. Meeting those objectives requires a family office to hold and transact business involving highly sensitive information about family members, their finances and their venture partners.
In the information age, this is an inherently dangerous propositio
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