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Lawyers highlight limited scope of liability protections under cyber info-sharing law

May 31, 2016, Inside Cybersecurity

Susan Cassidy participated in a panel discussion at the annual cybersecurity conference at Georgetown University Law Center and is quoted in this Inside Cybersecurity article regarding the limited scope of liability protections under the new cyber info-sharing law. According to Cassidy, "Anything you create could be used in litigation against you," in referring to any policies or mechanisms a company might develop in identifying and tracking vulnerabilities as part of sharing with DHS.

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