Ten Cyber and Privacy Resolutions for the New Year

The start of the year presents an opportunity for organizations to assess whether their existing privacy and data security programs are effective and what projects they should tackle in the coming year. “Cyber threats are constantly increasing, expanding and evolving . . . [but] there are some low-cost ways to mitigate cyber risk that can be highly effective,” April Doss, a partner at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, told the Cybersecurity Law Report. We spoke with several experts about what cybersecurity and privacy action items organizations should prioritize in 2019 to ensure a more secure new year. See also “Ten Cybersecurity Resolutions for 2018” (Jan. 17, 2018); and “Ten Cybersecurity Priorities for 2017” (Jan. 11, 2017).

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