Limiting Data Breach Liability in Cloud Service Agreements

Data breach liability has become an increasingly important issue in cloud service agreement negotiation as companies of all sizes continue to move significant amounts of their data to centralized, cloud solutions and away from on-premises solutions. In this guest article, Shook Hardy & Bacon partner Amy Ragen and associate Josh Hansen discuss bases for breach liability in cloud services relationships and key provisions and negotiation strategies cloud service providers and their customers use to limit that liability. See “Adopting a Cloud-First Mindset: How Operational Resilience and Security Issues Change Without On-Premises Infrastructure” (Jul. 28, 2021).

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