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Cyber security: uncertain companies lack defence plans

January 25, 2016, The Lawyer

David Fagan is quoted by The Lawyer in an article discussing the continued vulnerability of companies to data breaches and targeted cyber attacks. Fagan, commenting on cyber-related litigation, states, “Up until now, in the US, there has been little cyber-related litigation because it is very difficult to quantify the level of damage done – I can imagine the situation is similar in the EU.” He continues, “However, the litigation we expect to see is what is going to drive the development of clearer practices and standards in the industry.”

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