A panel of national data-security attorneys agreed at a cybersecurity conference Tuesday that data breach litigation is expanding in almost every way, and big changes are coming soon.

The panelists, who have represented everything from plaintiffs in class actions, to insurance carriers and companies, told the audience at the NetDiligence Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum in Philadelphia that more suits are being filed, courts are becoming more sympathetic on standing issues, and more plaintiffs attorneys are entering the data breach field.

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