'Reasonable' Security Will Be Key In Calif. Data Breach Cases

Law360 (August 22, 2019, 4:35 PM EDT) -- The saying “there are two types of companies in this world: those that have been hacked and those that don’t yet know they’ve been hacked” is almost a cliche in cybersecurity circles in 2019.[1] But the recently announced Capital One Financial Corp. hack involving a breach of sensitive data of over 100 million of the bank’s customers shows that the old saw about companies’ cybersecurity risks will not be getting dull anytime soon.[2]

Capital One Breach

Capital One’s data breach is the latest example in a slew of high-profile cybersecurity incidents, including those at Equifax Inc., Facebook Inc., Target Corp., The...

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