In addition to helping make strategic business decisions, general counsel and chief legal officers are now often tasked with playing a leading part in a corporate cybersecurity and data privacy plan, according to the Association of Corporate Counsel’s 2020 State of Cybersecurity Report.

The report shows that 71% of chief legal officers and general counsel play a leading role in crafting policy for how the company collects consumer data and its cybersecurity infrastructure.

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