New Standards Coming, Time for a Data Security Check

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It appears that hackers don’t take the summer off. From the U.S. Office of Personnel Management to online dating site Ashley Madison, cybercriminals have been proving that they will go after just about any sort of target that holds people’s personal data.

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  • Diane Aboulafia

    Law firms with a deep bench in privacy are helping companies to think about these issues in a more long term way.

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