and Brian Kint
were quoted in a Law.com article regarding the legal industry's transition to remote work and how a permanent switch would impact new security and IT policies. As the article mentions, future long-term WFH policies have to more seriously consider cybersecurity measures. "Cozen O'Connor cybersecurity consultant Trevor McGuinness […] explained that consistent telecommuting exposes a law firm's firmware and data to various software that must be continuously evaluated. At the end of the day, to adopt these temporary decisions to get people up and running remotely for a long term would be haphazard at best," said McGuinness. “I think companies will have to look at their infrastructures to know how their applications interact and [if there's] any security gaps." Click here
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