King & Spalding hosted its third annual Cybersecurity and Privacy Summit in its Atlanta office. About 120 people gathered for the day-long event, which featured six panels discussing the litigation, industry, and regulatory trends shaping the cybersecurity landscape.
Third party vendors and cyberinsurance emerged as sources of confusion and concern for attendees, and panels dedicated to the topics sought to quell the uneasiness each topic causes for companies hoping to keep data secure:
Mitigating Risk from Third Party Vendors
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