Lessons for in house counsel from cybersecurity’s front lines

Recent developments reinforce the urgent need for general counsel and legal departments to deepen their focus on cybersecurity.

In today’s environment, any organization can be the target of a cyberattack, regardless of industry, size, or geographic footprint. Indeed, in just the past few years, a variety of cyber adversaries have attacked financial institutions, social media sites, a movie studio, hospital systems, a peer-to-peer ridesharing company, the Democratic National Committee, hotel chains, city governments, educational institutions, telecommunications and energy utilities, prominent retailers, manufacturers, and even the mobile app of a well-known coffee and donut chain.

 

Lessons for In-House Counsel from Cybersecurity’s Front Lines was written by members of the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity practice Peter M. Marta and Asmaa Awad-Farid for Bloomberg Law.

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Peter Marta
Partner
New York
Asmaa Awad-Farid
Associate
New York

 

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