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5 cybersecurity questions in-house counsel should consider in light of the Sony breach

February 19, 2015, Inside Counsel

Covington's David Fagan, James Garland and Kurt Wimmer have authored this article on questions that in-house counsel should be able to answer about his or her organization’s legal and business cybersecurity risk profile:

"In the wake of the much publicized North Korean cyber-attacks against Sony — as well as recent favorable rulings for the plaintiffs in class action lawsuits pending against Target — cybersecurity is at the forefront of many corporate boards’ and general counsels’ agendas for the coming year. The focus is only likely to increase in light of the legislative proposals recently announced by President Obama and featured in his State of the Union address. Here are five foundational questions that every in-house counsel should understand when evaluating his or her organization’s legal and business cybersecurity risk profile."

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