Cybersecurity took center stage this year following a slew of cyber breaches on major companies, including those in highly regulated industries. As the likelihood of cyberattacks increases, attorneys and counsel are likely to see more, not less, of this problem in the next year.

“It is clear that not only are cyberattacks of the utmost importance to the success and reputation of companies, but also that boards and management are now reliant on the legal industry to help their organizations manage and respond to cyber threats,” wrote ALM Intelligence senior analyst Daniella Isaacson earlier this month.

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