When the American Bar Association trotted out its model rules of professional conduct in 1983, the world, for the most part, was still one of the pencils, paper, and typewriters. Accordingly, Rule 1.6(c)—spelling out lawyer obligations to keep client information
80% of companies who had
a data breach could have
prevented it by patching
time or installing updates
–(Source:Voke Media survey, 2016.)
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