Information Security and Privacy: What Lawyers Must Know
With 18 chapters and 170 pages of core materials and another 126 pages of appendices, "Locked Down: Information Security for Lawyers," by Sharon Nelson, David Ries and John W. Simek should be required reading for any managing partner, risk partner, technology committee chair or interested attorney in a law firm. I don't say that lightly. In a day and age of seemingly laissez-faire attitude toward information security and privacy, the authors provide ample evidence as to why this topic should be taken seriously by every lawyer as well as every law firm employee.
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