Ari Juels was quoted by Politico, Infosecurity Magazine, and SC Magazine on the Panama Papers leak.

"It’s no secret that law firms are privy to data on the most sensitive fields and subjects—politics, finance and business transactions—just to name a few", said Juels. "The Panama Papers leak appears to show just how critical it is that firms safeguard their information, not just from external forces, but also from inside adversaries .... insider attacks are just as prevalent and often technically more difficult to address. In general, it’s difficult to create systems and policies that strike an appropriate balance between enablement of legitimate whistleblowing and protection against outright theft of data."