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The role of the “human factor” in protecting information (access required)

BY JACK PRINGLE All attorneys owe various ethical (competency, confidentiality and safeguarding client property) and legal (a host of state and federal laws) obligations to protect information. We’re in an age of great potential technological “upside” (blockchains, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, cloud computing, etc.) and “downside” (large-scale data breaches, nation-state espionage and ransomware attacks). ...

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