At the Intersection of Technology, Law, and Business
November 15, 2019 - Privacy + Data Security

Anticipating the Next New Variety of Cybersecurity Litigation

Don’t Get Caught by the Phisherman’s Hook This Tax Season

As the number of companies affected by cybersecurity incidents continues to grow, we expect to hear from more whistleblowers raising alarms about companies’ cybersecurity practices. Anticipating potential whistleblowers, companies should promptly address internal warnings about their cybersecurity practices and should plan how they will address whistleblowers and their concerns, and how to defend against whistleblower claims. In an article published in Corporate Compliance Insights, Morrison & Foerster’s Kristen J. Mathews, Mark David McPherson and Janie Schulman cover various measures and best practices for companies in guarding against potential liability. 

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