As Cyber Attackers Get Tougher, General Counsel Get Going

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The methods used by hackers and scammers are getting more advanced, so in-house counsel have to step up.

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  • Jon Frey, Richmond Computer

    The first best defense against attacks like these are to use a high quality email system with strong anti-fishing filters and antivirus. No, they won‘t catch all, but it will reduce vulnerability. My firm specializes in providing this service. Visit richmondcomputer.com for more information or call us at (215)634-2997 for a consultation.

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