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Notes From A Law Firm Chief Privacy Officer: Insider Risks

Law360, New York (August 11, 2017, 11:07 AM EDT) -- As more law firms become the targets of major cyberattacks, more firms may consider appointing a chief privacy officer. In this Expert Analysis series, CPOs at four firms discuss various aspects of this new role.

Patricia Wagner Managing the threat of insider risks is a data security concern for all organizations. As its name implies, an insider threat comes from within the organization. Insider threats can be activity by a “bad actor employee” that poses a threat to the security of information held by the organization....
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