Law Firms, Know Who's Responsible For Your Cloud Security

By Martin Ward (July 28, 2021, 4:36 PM EDT) -- Knowledge-centric organizations — including law firms and corporate legal departments — have been turning to the cloud in increasing numbers in recent years, using it to store their sensitive and confidential documents, communications, and other files.

There's good reason for this shift: The cloud has proven itself as a highly secure environment for this type of privileged material.

If you were to pick a lawyer at random, though, and ask them how exactly the cloud protects their files or who exactly is responsible for the different security aspects of the cloud, their answer might be a little fuzzy. Lawyers generally know...

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