As 2015 came to a close , cybersecurity topped the news. Terrorist attacks in Paris and California fueled the debate over whether law enforcement ought to be given access to encrypted communication. Data breaches also continued to impact companies and government agencies throughout the year.

Cybersecurity promises to remain a major risk for all organizations in 2016. “We’ll likely see continued massive data breaches, unfortunately, as companies, governments, and other organizations holding data continue to lag behind hackers and identity thieves in both technologies and good practices,” Joe ‘Chip’ Pitts III, a lecturer at Stanford Law School and former chief legal officer at Nokia, says to Legaltech News about his predictions for 2016.

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