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Escalating Cyber Attacks Pose New Challenges for General Counsel

Cybersecurity chalenges for general counsel
Posted on March 1, 2019 by | Cybersecurity, Data breach, Information Governance | No Comments

Recent cyber attacks on major U.S. businesses and government agencies are putting pressure on general counsels to help fortify internal data protocols. Beyond recent attacks against dozens of U.S. corporations and agencies, companies also face the escalating threat of financial liability. Earlier this year, former executives of a major web services provider agreed to pay $29 million to settle assertions they did not live up to their fiduciary duties in safeguarding customer data during cyber attacks between 2013 and 2016. Read the full report.

Fostering Information Governance in Today’s Organization

Posted on November 13, 2018 by | Big Data, Information Governance | No Comments

The need for a global view of information is emerging. In the late 1800s, the art world saw a new painting technique in which small dots, applied in patterns, created an entire visual display only discernable when the viewer stepped back. Similarly, enterprises today can only glean their full information picture by looking beyond single data points, housed in siloed departments. Enterprises must scan vast data held across their organization and with global partners to effectively create, store, track, transfer, and, where mandated, destroy data. Read the full white paper.

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