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ACC Issues Data Security Guidelines for In-House Counsel to Evaluate Law Firms

The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) has issued its first-ever data security guidelines, which outline basic data security measures that in-house counsel can use to evaluate their outside counsel. Most companies these days are auditing their law firms’ data security measures, but since data breaches occurred at some of the largest U.S. based law firms … Continue Reading

ACC Chief Legal Officers 2015 Survey Shows Data Breaches Top Concern For In-house Counsel

Among in-house counsel, 27% admit data breaches have occurred in their organization. The Association of Corporate Counsel’s (ACC) Chief Legal Officers (CLO) 2015 Survey provides insight into the statistics and growing concern for CLOs and GCs of data breaches in their organizations. According to the ACC, the 2015 Survey was completed by 1,289 individuals in … Continue Reading
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