The new director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation recently testified before Congress that cyberattacks would likely eclipse terrorism as the No. 1 threat to U.S. domestic security. That assessment echoed earlier warnings from senior U.S. officials of the potential for a “Cyber Pearl Harbor.”

Given that threat environment, here are seven cyber resolutions for general counsel in the New Year:

1. Analyze Your SEC Disclosures Regarding Cyber Risk

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