Cybersecurity Month: Learn How to Safeguard Your Business from Cyber Threats
October 15, 2019
In an increasingly digitized world, data has become one of the most valuable assets of an organization, and data breaches have become more common and sophisticated. It is often not a matter of “if” but “when” a data breach will occur.
A cyberattack can have a devastating financial and reputational effect on your business, costing millions of dollars. As part of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, our cybersecurity, privacy and technology lawyers will explore the best strategies to protect your organization from ever-growing cybersecurity threats at every stage: before, during and after a cyber incident.
Please visit our Cybersecurity Month content on topics such as:
- How to protect yourself from cyberattacks
- What to do after a data breach
- Tips for cybersecurity due diligence in M&A transactions
- Trends in cybersecurity litigation
- Webinar: Director and Officer Liabilities in the Digital Age
For additional cybersecurity resources, please see our previous insights:
- Proposed Privacy Class Action “Collapses in its Entirety” on Commonality
- Public Safety Canada Releases New Guide on Cybersecurity for Critical Infrastructures
- Infrastructure Update: New NERC Directive Emphasizes Cyber Planning and Reporting for Electrical Energy Sector
- Court refuses to certify privacy class action
- 2019 Legal Trends: Cybersecurity
For further information or to seek advice about specific situations, please contact any member of our Cybersecurity group.
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