How Smaller Law Firms Can Tackle Data Security On A Budget

By Melissa Maleske (December 9, 2016, 4:46 PM EST) -- It may be tempting for small and midsized firms to hold themselves to laxer data security standards than resource-rich BigLaw, but cyber experts warn that size is no excuse when your client data gets compromised. Here's how smaller firms can do better with their limited resources and how clients can push them along.

No Excuses

Law firms of all sizes have become easy targets for data thieves, often hosting sensitive information belonging to a bevy of clients but lacking robust security, whether it's due to firms' traditionally siloed structure, diffuse leadership or a cautious approach to new technology.

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