A survey of the cyber security practices of lawyers in Western Australia has found that they often expose confidential and sensitive client data to the possibility of being exfiltrated.
A Melbourne-based lawyer and business adviser says the new data breach notification law will not be the only one working to potentially internalise the costs of a breach.
Western Australian law firm Jackson McDonald has selected AI technology from Singapore-based security firm Darktrace to defend its critical data, including confidential case work, litigation strategies and sensitive client information.
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