Coming today to BigLaw: Advanced security technologies such as packet-inspecting firewalls, two-factor authentication, etc. only work if your users understand security threats. With social engineering a common method of attack, one lapse by one of your lawyers or staff can render your expensive security technology useless. In this issue of BigLaw, legal technology guru and law firm CIO Matthew Berg provides a six-step plan to minimize the threat from within — namely, the hundreds or thousands of people who work at your law firm. Also, don't miss the BigLaw Pick of the Week for an analysis of the "sugar daddy" clients on which large law firms depend.
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