Corporate Counsel: GCs Worry About Cybersecurity But Feel Underprepared

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Corporate Counsel: GCs Worry About Cybersecurity But Feel Underprepared

Originally Published in Corporate Counsel | August 5, 2015 | By Sue Reisinger

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General counsel in a recent survey listed data privacy/security as one of their top concerns. But 60 percent said their companies still lack the proper preparation for a cyberbreach.

The “General Counsel Data Survey,” conducted in June by the Consero Group at one of its forums for Fortune 1000 GCs, showed that data privacy/security was listed a top priority among 21 percent of the GCs, just behind compliance and ethics at 27 percent.

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