Amid the COVID-19 pandemic and heightened concerns about employment issues, contracts and broken supply chains, it appears that general counsels are paying less attention to cybersecurity.

Only 29% of the 110 in-house leaders at global companies who participated in Morrison & Foerster’s survey examining the business impacts of the coronavirus outbreak cited data security as being a major risk, while just 18% said privacy was among their top priorities.

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