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Closing the Breach: Law Firm Data Security

While most law firms understand the ethical and regulatory requirements to protect and secure both client and firm-owned information, securing data is not a simple process. Too many firms fall short in considering all impactful factors. Read on for what you should do now to secure your firm's data.

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Parliament Bill’s Post-Brexit Data Protection Plan Looks a Lot Like the EU’s

If a new data protection bill currently under consideration in Parliament becomes law, it would mean that the European Union’s data protocols will be in the United Kingdom to stay—even after Brexit. Read on for the latest.

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Countdown to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): The UK Information Commissioner’s Priorities

Elizabeth Denham, Information Commissioner for the U.K., joins the regulator at a time when the U.K. is undergoing seismic changes to its political and legislative frameworks. With Brexit looming large on the horizon, her role has never been more challenging. During a recent seminar entitled “A Fireside Chat,” she shared a few of the competing priorities the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) will be managing during the coming months. Read on to learn more about them.

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Data Breaches at Law Firms: Is Human Recklessness the Weakest Link?

Wide-scale, catastrophic data breaches are on the rise across all industries. Law firms are no exception - they hold sensitive data about their clients that makes them a particular target for hackers. So, what should you do? Read on to learn what you should do to minimize your risk.

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