Lawyers Should Be Focusing On Cloud Security

Law360, New York (August 1, 2013, 1:23 PM EDT) -- As cloud computing use in the legal profession continues to expand, more state bar associations are issuing ethical guidelines to help attorneys ensure that sensitive client data is protected and that online service providers are deploying new technology to help lawyers keep their data secure.[1]

Cloud computing services allow attorneys to access their work and data anywhere, from any Internet-connected device. In the “cloud,” documents, notes, contacts, calendars and other work product are stored on a centralized server remote to a firm’s own information technology systems,...
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