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Notes From A Law Firm Chief Privacy Officer: CPO Vs. CISO

Law360, New York (August 9, 2017, 10:36 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.

Mark McCreary The post of chief privacy officer is now an essential ingredient in good risk management for the 21st century law firm.

In a law firm of any substantial size, the security and privacy of electronic data is a many-layered issue. Perhaps more than any other industry, we lawyers are...
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