If your IT department and in-house counsel aren’t working closely together, you should probably change that. It’s a crucial practice for any company that wants to keep its risk of data and privacy threats low.

Richard Martinez is a partner and chairman of the data privacy and cybersecurity group with Robins Kaplan. He led a discussion Wednesday at the cyberSecure conference in New York City sponsored by Corporate Counsel parent company ALM. The conversation centered on the “Current and Emerging Standards of Cybersecurity Due Care.”

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