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Data security has become a top concern for CIOs
A new challenge is keeping law firm technology directors up at night: protecting against cyberattacks—and convincing clients that the firm is doing this job well. As The American Lawyer's 18th
The American Lawyer's 18th annual survey of law firm technology finds data security has become a top concern for law firm technology chiefs
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