Firms Improving Data Security But Can Do Better, Report Says

Law360, New York (December 12, 2016, 4:01 PM EST) -- Law firms and other members of the legal industry have made strides in protecting sensitive information from the prying virtual fingers of hackers and cyber criminals, according to a new report released Monday, but that doesn't mean clients or firms should think their privileged secrets are safe.

Law firms are one of the most common holders of sensitive information on companies and individual clients, leaving cybersecurity firm BitSight Technologies to say in a new report titled "Critical Third Parties: Exploring Data Security in the Legal Sector and Beyond" that it's unsurprising to see firms becoming a more common target for security...

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