Law Firms Fail to Protect Data When File Sharing

LexisNexis survey shows disconnect between security concerns and steps taken to protect data.

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LexisNexis survey shows disconnect between security concerns and steps taken to protect data.

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What's being said

  • Frank Wyatt

    There‘s an email encryption system about to be launched that is specifically designed for attorneys and accountants. It features easy-to-use, cost effective, end-to-end PGP encryption and works on any device. Even if an email is intercepted, only the intended recipient can read it. Check out www.uraloof.com

  • Steven B. Levy

    Security, confidentiality, and privilege are not the same thing, but writers (and product managers) continue to conflate them.

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