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Held to Ransom: How Cyberattacks Can Become a Legal and Regulatory Odyssey for a Private Investment Fund

Where business-critical information or platforms are at stake, many commercial parties will seriously consider immediately paying the ransom hoping to regain control of operations, secure client data and avoid continued business disruption and negative publicity. However, businesses may wish to pause. Cyberattacks, by their very nature, know no borders and nor therefore should a private … Continue Reading

English High Court Clarifies Appropriate Causes of Action in Data Claim Where Defendant Was a Victim of Third-Party Cyber-Attack

In the recent and significant Warren v DSG Retail Ltd [2021] EWHC 2168 (QB) decision the High Court in England clarified the limited circumstances in which claims for breach of confidence, misuse of private information and the tort of negligence might be advanced by individuals for compensation for distress relating to a cyber-security breach where … Continue Reading

INDEPTH: Data Protection & Privacy Laws 2021

A heightened risk for cyberattacks and data breaches calls for companies to remain diligent as they navigate a patchwork of federal, state, local and sector-specific privacy and data protection laws, regulations and guidance. For Financier Worldwide, Margaret A. Dale and Ryan P. Blaney deliver commentary on the evolving landscape and offer considerations for companies looking … Continue Reading
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