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Safeguarding Client Information

Legal ethics in a breach-a-day world.

Confidential data in computers and information systems, including those used by attorneys and law firms, faces greater security threats today than ever before. And, they continue to grow! They take a variety of forms, ranging from email phishing scams and social engineering attacks to sophisticated technical exploits resulting in long-term intrusions into law firm networks. They also include lost or stolen laptops, tablets, smartphones and USB drives, as well as inside threats—malicious

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