7 Tips for Mid-Sized Firms to Improve Their Cybersecurity Posture

Cybercriminals are increasingly attacking law firms. Here's how to stop them.

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Cybercriminals are increasingly attacking law firms. Here's how to stop them.

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  • Ben

    Perhaps more importantly than any of those above, firms need to limit what people have access to internally. There is no reason for a firm today to have a hardened perimeter and absolutely nothing inside to limit people‘s access to only that data which they need to do their jobs. Firms are far behind other businesses when it comes to securing content internally. Lockdown data now and give people only the minimum access they need in order to do their jobs.

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