Many attorneys know that the majority of state bar associations have adopted some form of technological competence based on Model Rule 1.1. And most attorneys understand on some level that the duty includes keeping their computer systems, including e-mails with clients and electronically stored documents, secure from unauthorized users. Arguably, the number-one security risk to your practice is phishing. With a basic understanding of how phishing works, and armed with a few solutions, you can protect your practice and be more technologically competent in the process.
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