The Importance of Cybersecurity in eDiscovery

Cybersecurity is job number one for all litigation attorneys who handle confidential computer data. That’s because electronically stored information (ESI) held by law firms is now subject to frequent attack by criminal hackers. They have figured out that attorneys store valuable data of their clients in law firm computers. So when hackers cannot get at a company’s data directly, usually because it is too well defended, they try to get to it through their law firms.

By Ralph Losey

Cybersecurity is job number one for all litigation attorneys who handle confidential computer data. That’s because electronically stored information (ESI) held by law firms is now subject to frequent attack by criminal hackers. They have figured out that attorneys store valuable data of their clients in law firm computers. So when hackers cannot get at a company’s data directly, usually because it is too well defended, they try to get to it through their law firms. Hackers have found that many law firms are lax in cybersecurity, or as I like to put it when lecturing on the subject: […]

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