Tech Talk: A GC's Guide to Cybersecurity Terminology

, Corporate Counsel


A new white paper provides a reference guide for general counsel who need to be part of the cybersecurity conversation, but may not quite know what all the words mean.

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  • Ethan S. Burger

    Query who whether the GC as responsible for the CC could be held liable under certain circumstances, Will GC have to be indemnified? What about others persons of authority?Unfortunately, these issues will be settle in the courts where the wealthier party usually wins.

  • John Breen

    link to guidance software whitepaper does not work. oops!

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