When Held to Ransom: Legal Implications of Ransomware Attacks for Legal Practitioners and their Clients

Brooke Hall-Carney, Amy Cooper-Boast and Elizabeth Carroll-Shaw

As ransomware attacks accelerate in scale, frequency and sophistication, they pose a risk to both legal practitioners and their clients. It is not only government, critical infrastructure and large corporates falling victim: over 60% of Australia’s small to medium businesses have now experienced a cybersecurity incident.

Read more in an article written by LK Principals Brooke Hall-Carney and Amy Cooper-Boast, and LK Associate, Elizabeth Carroll-Shaw, recently published in the Law Society of South Australia’s Bulletin Magazine here.

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