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Cybersecurity and Due Care for Law Firms

, New York Law Journal

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Chris Moschovitis writes: We have seen it time and again: Owners, and law partners, although "sensitized" to cybersecurity issues, frequently abdicate their due care responsibilities, preferring instead to depend on their technology departments to "make the problem go away." This is a clear violation of due care, and a wide-open door to lawsuits.

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