You find yourself using public Wi-Fi at a local café to check email and an odd message appears on the screen; you grab your briefcase but you forget your laptop when you leave the courthouse; a pickpocket swipes your smartphone on the subway. Any of these can be troubling enough, but in today’s world they can have great impact because any one of them could lead to a cyber breach of substantial proportions. What would you do if this happened to you or an attorney in your firm? Do you have a response plan? Have you taken inventory of your critical data assets?
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