As the threat of cyberattacks continues to loom over professions including the law, legal practitioners are taking additional steps to protect themselves and their firms from harmful access to their data.
According to a recent survey released by Robert Half Legal, roughly 41 percent of all attorneys expect their firms to increase their cybersecurity spending in the next 12 months. Similarly, about 44 percent will maintain their current funding levels, while only 1 percent indicated an expected cut in resources devoted to technological protection.
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