Frederic Bellamy Quoted in Bloomberg Law Article, "Confidential Record Leak Leaves CalBar, Lawyers, Clients Exposed."
- Bellamy, Fredric D.
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Fredric Bellamy was recently quoted in the Bloomberg Law article, "Confidential Record Leak Leaves CalBar, Lawyers, Clients Exposed." The article discusses the implications of the California State Bar's data breach and the proposed class action that has been filed against the bar. “How badly this trend accelerates could depend on whether the hackers were able to steal data from the bars that have already been attacked that can be sold on the black market,” said Fredric. “That kind of financial success would encourage more hackers to target bar organizations.” To read the article, click here.
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