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Five questions GCs should ask about cybersecurity and data privacy litigation


Cybersecurity and data privacy litigation continues to grow rapidly in scale and complexity. Putative class actions not only follow major data breaches, but also increasingly allege vulnerabilities in a wide range of products, even before any attack has occurred.

Significant financial and reputational risks can accompany cybersecurity and data privacy litigation, and these high stakes make it important for companies to respond strategically and practically.

As such, companies and their general counsel should evaluate five key questions if they face cybersecurity or data privacy litigation, as this briefing explains.


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