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These days, conversations about enterprise risk are often dominated by the topic of cybersecurity. One aspect of this risk involves potential civil liability for cybersecurity problems, especially where personally identifiable information (PII) is exposed. The Sedona Conference, long considered a bellwether of e-discovery thought leadership, has set its sights on cyber liability. At a recent Sedona Conference dialogue bringing together a diverse group of judges, law enforcement officers, prosecutors, regulators, corporate counsel,  cybersecurity consultants, plaintiff and defense lawyers (and probably others), several theories of cyber liability were discussed.

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