PROTECTING YOUR BUSINESS FROM THE FALLOUT OF A CYBER SECURITY INCIDENT IN THE WEEKS AND MONTHS FOLLOWING AN ATTACK

A cybersecurity incident can have far-reaching effects, even after the immediate crisis has passed. Your company can be held liable in a number of ways, for example:

  • Claims from employees who have suffered disclosure of personally identifiable information
  • Claims from customers who have suffered disclosure of personally identifiable information
  • Investigations and sanctions imposed by regulatory authorities in various countries, provinces and states following the disclosure of personally identifiable information
  • Claims for breach of contract due to service interruption

While a rapid response during the immediate crisis can mitigate these risks, it’s essential to have legal counsel who understands the issues and is qualified to guide your business through the strategic challenges caused by cybersecurity incidents, and our team is well placed to help you find effective and cost-effective ways to mitigate the long-term impact of these events.

YOUR TEAM

MARY DELLI QUADRI

Lawyer, Partner

ALEXANDRA KALLOS

Senior lawyer

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