Attack from the Web

Even if the German constitutional judges in the Jones Day case restore this iron rule of law, what good is it in the age of digitalization? IT specialists have long been needed in firms for more than just developing legal tech – they are needed above all for security. In recent months, a number of firm hacking cases made the headlines. The most spectacular occurred in the US. According to the US press, hackers broke into the e-mail accounts of M&A partners at Weil Gotshal & Manges and Cravath Swaine & Moore and siphoned off insider information. They are said to have made millions. Copycats will not be far away.

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