Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Dos and Don’ts of the Post-Breach Report

blogs.wsj.com - When it comes to the investigation Target Corp. is conducting of its massive data breach, putting an attorney in charge of that probe could greatly reduce the company’s risk exposure, one attorney said. The main advantage to putting a lawyer in charge of a post-breach probe—and not someone from IT–is doing so can give the company cover behind attorney-client privilege, said Daren Orzechowski, a partner at law firm White & Case.

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