At the first suspicion of a cyberevent, some form of triage must begin. The costs of the immediate cleanup from a cyberevent are typically dwarfed by the follow-on litigation filed against the company for some form of economic damages. Assessing those follow-on claims is critical. In this article, published in the March issue of Corporate Counsel, Steven Schwartz discusses how to proactively deal with the issues that arise from a cyberevent, giving the direct victim of the cyber attack the best chance of minimizing short- and long-term injury and costs.
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