Corporate clients urge law firms to enhance data protection

03/28/2014 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Banks and other major corporate clients say they want law firms to improve their cybersecurity practices to ensure their data is safe from hackers. The pressure is having an impact, said Daniel Garrie of the consulting firm Law & Forensics. "When people say, 'We won't pay you money because your security stinks,' that carries weight," he said.

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