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Cybersecurity shifts from data breach prevention to data protection

A recent survey from PAC found that 100 percent of companies have experienced some type of cyberattack, and 67 percent have been breached within the last 12 months.

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PAC's new research proves that data breaches are now part of the business world, and as a result, law firms must take their network security budgets and apply them to protecting data.

The legal sector needs to accept the fact that if cybercriminals want access to emails and cloud storage, they will accomplish that goal.

This just makes it incredibly important to lock down data with encryption.

That way, when hackers find credentials and access networks, the information is useless.

Thanks for joining us, and stay tuned for more cybersecurity news and tips from CloudMask.

With CloudMask, infrastructure breaches no longer mean data breaches. Insecure clouds and mobile devices no longer mean insecure enterprise data. An insider possessing application and system access, no longer means seeing the data.

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