UK law firms lost £11 million of client money to cyber crime: NCSC

UK law firms lost £11 million of client money to cyber crime: NCSC

UK law firms lost £11 million of client money to cyber crime

Law firms in the UK lost more than £11 million of client money to cyber criminals between 2016 and 2017, with as many as 60 percent of law firms suffering cyber security incidents in the period, the National Cyber Security Centre has revealed.

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