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‘Why training is the best defense against cybersecurity and data threats’ Cybercrime is one of the most prominent threats facing businesses today. It’s often thought that criminals are only out to target the biggest corporations, but any business – no matter how large or small – is vulnerable. 
Malpractice Protection for Pro Bono Attorneys For retired, government and corporate attorneys, lack of malpractice insurance is a major barrier to volunteering (Supporting Justice II, A Report on the Pro Bono Work of America's Lawyers, The ABA Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service, February 2009).
From the Office State Court Administrators There are a variety of pro bono programs in Missouri. Some are funded by state and federal funds such as the four Legal Services Corporation programs, some are affiliated with social service agencies, some are affiliated with circuit courts, some are limited in scope such as disaster response, some are affiliated with law schools, and some are affiliated with a single church or local agency usually involving one volunteer attorney.