The legal liabilities pertaining to data breaches primarily relate to regulatory action and litigation. Concurrently, as cyberincidents become more common challenges for businesses, the possibility of penalties increases. However, in the face of a disparate roster of regulatory bodies and conflicting standings on the nature of injury in cyberbreach litigation, navigating these risks can be a difficult task.

The numerous regulatory bodies and the steps organizations can take to address them were on full display at the 2015 Mid-Year Cybersecurity and Data Protection Legal Summit, the panel, “No Harm, No Foul? Standing and Damages in Plaintiffs’ Data Breach Class Actions.”

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