No one can deny that cyberattacks are the new norm. Such risks will increasingly challenge our ability to operate our businesses. In the world of cybercrime, everyone — from individuals to nation-states — is a target. However, some targets are more alluring than others. Legal, accounting and other professional firms are increasingly targeted by cybercriminals and hackers who are intent on accessing the vast stores of data with which they are entrusted.
Read the rest of "The Human Factor in Information Security" by Michael Kemps, CEO and founder of Innovative Computing Systems, and Kimberly Pease, CISSP, co-founder and vice president of Citadel Information Group, in this issue of Cybersecurity Law and Strategy.
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