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How PE Attys And Clients Can Get Ahead Of Cyberattacks

Law360 (October 5, 2018, 4:26 PM EDT) -- Cyberattacks are becoming more common, disruptive and difficult to detect, and private equity attorneys should be imploring their clients to take preemptive action to ensure they have the proper practices in place to handle a cyber incident when it occurs.

Late last month, Facebook Inc. disclosed a data breach affecting at least 50 million users. Just a few days before that, the state of Connecticut issued a report saying that some public utilities in the U.S. are forced to deflect as many as one million cyber probes a day. Meanwhile, British retail lender Tesco Bank was just fined £16.4 million ($21.4...

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