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Five Questions for General Counsels Regarding Cybersecurity Due Diligence

23 October 2018
Mayer Brown Article
Whether it comes in the form of a cyber attack to your network or a consumer privacy enforcement action brought by a state regulator, no organization is immune from the risks that come from processing and securing sensitive personal and commercial data. Conducting a due diligence process that addresses privacy and security risks is necessary for acquirers and should be expected by target companies. Here are five considerations for General Counsels to help them do it right.

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  • Kendall C. Burman
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  • Joseph A. Castelluccio
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  • Nina L. Flax
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  • Benjamin A. Shoemaker
    T +1 202 263 3463
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