Legal teams require more training in cybersecurity

In-house counsel must be trained in cybersecurity to protect their companies

In-house counsel must be trained in cybersecurity to protect their companies (Credit: iStock/BeeBright)

In-house counsel often lack basic awareness of common cybersecurity risks in the workplace as well as what measures are needed to prevent and deal with them, according to panellists at this year’s New York Bar Association (NYBA) seasonal meeting held last week in Antigua, Guatemala.

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