Hackers gaining access to corporate client records through law firms
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Hackers are looking to cyber-vulnerable law firms as a "back door” to gain access to the firm’s corporate clients. The biggest threat to law firms is from within, attorney Christopher Anderson writes, because of lax attention to existing security measures.

Anderson lists a dozen ways law firms can beef up security and keep themselves from being the subject of a hacker field day, including using Virtual Private Networks and wiping discarded devices.

Read his 12 ways to protect your firm in his post entitled "Law firms: Soft targets; hard truths on the Business of Law Blog.