3 Ways GCs Can Stave Off Future Breach Litigation

Law360, Chicago (April 19, 2016, 10:06 PM EDT) -- The actions companies take before and after a data breach can serve as either their best defense against subsequent class or regulatory actions or Exhibit A for the other side. Here are the data security measures experts say can protect companies if a breach occurs.

The caveat is that some breach litigation is just unavoidable, particularly if the breach you experience is especially large or high-profile or if it involves especially sensitive data.

Bryan Cave LLP’s 2016 Data Breach Litigation Report, released earlier this month, reveals that while breach-related class action filings declined nearly 25 percent in the 15-month period from...

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