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Legal Team's Role in Investigating & Responding to a Data Breach

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The ongoing cyber-crime threat has led to increased focus from regulators and law enforcement agencies to ensure that organizations fulfil their appropriate obligations for post-breach notifications.

Frequent news of high-profile data breaches are proof that it’s no longer a matter of if, but when, the next company will make headlines for having personal customer data exposed, potentially leaving their brand and reputation in ruins. Will your company or client be the next victim?

This whitepaper outlines the critical role of in-house legal in helping organizations effectively collaborate to manage post-breach investigations and minimize the damage – from the initial identification and investigation, through reporting findings and learning from the incident. 

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