Bloomberg Law
March 12, 2021, 10:00 AM

In-House Counsel Face Growing Privacy, Cybersecurity To-Do Lists

Jake Holland
Jake Holland

In-house counsel confronting a steadily growing number of privacy and cybersecurity issues with finite resources are being forced to juggle strategies for staying on top of an evolving landscape.

Major cyber threats, including the recent SolarWinds and Microsoft Exchange hacks, and new privacy laws in California, Virginia, and elsewhere are competing for attention in legal departments already grappling with Covid-19 and other issues.

“In-house counsel tends to have a number of portfolios unless you’re a huge company with specialized lawyers,” said Tom Zych, head of the privacy and cybersecurity and emerging technologies groups at Thompson Hine LLP in Cleveland. “With ...

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