In July, CNBC reported that a Russian hacker is selling access to the data of a New York City law firm for $3,500 on the dark web. What’s even more alarming is that, according to Q6 Cyber, a cybersecurity company, the firm isn’t alone. Similar information is for sale from firms nationwide.

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The timing couldn’t be worse. With its annual conference set to start Sunday, the International Legal Technology Association has reshuffled its top management, including replacing long-time executive Peggy Wechsler, who as director of programs and strategic relationships was the primary organizer of the annual conference and other ILTA events since 1998.

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