Analyzing and Complying with Cyber Law from Different Vantage Points (Part Two of Two)

As breaches proliferate, civil litigations related to breaches have too – and some of them can become “bet the company” cases.  In our continued coverage of a recent conference hosted by Georgetown Law’s Cybersecurity Law Institute, panelists discuss the compliance lessons from shareholder derivative suits and class actions that have followed breaches, as well as how companies should use government cybersecurity guidance in their programs.  The moderator and panelists come to cybersecurity and data privacy with different perspectives – the panel included plaintiffs’ counsel from Edelson PC; principal for reliability and cybersecurity for Southern California Edison; in-house counsel at IT company CACI International; and defense counsel from Alston & Bird.  The first article of this two-part series contained the panelists’ insights on the sources of liability for companies, best practices when collecting personal data and takeaways from government enforcement actions.

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