Tag Archives: Cyber risk management

Guest Post: What Corporate Directors Need to Know about Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity issues are currently at the top of the agenda for corporate boards. In the following guest post, David M. Furbush and David M. Lisi of the Pillsbury law firm review what corporate directors should understand about their companies’ cybersecurity risks and how boards can go about proactively participating in decisions about what to do … Continue Reading

Guest Post: Preparing for a Cyber Caremark Lawsuit: Lessons from the Home Depot Derivative Complaint

As I noted in a September 9, 2015 post (here), a Home Depot shareholder has filed a data breach-related derivative lawsuit against certain of the company’s directors and officers, in which the plaintiff contends that the defendants breached their fiduciary duties by failing to ensure that customer credit card information was secure and protected. A … Continue Reading
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