Cybersecurity is a top of mind concern for general counsel in organizations across industries, and what follows that worry is how such an incident can adversely impact their company’s reputation.

Danielle Vanderzanden, shareholder at Ogletree Deakins and co-chair of the firm’s data privacy practices group, and Jason Maloni, senior vice president and chair of litigation practice at LEVICK, addressed the topic during a cyberSecure session, “PR: Using a Crisis as an Opportunity to Protect and Enhance the Company’s Reputation.”

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