Philip R. Bautista, Amelia Workman Farago and Jonathan G. Polak are authors of the Bar Journal of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association November 2013 feature “Beginning to Understand, Manage and Remedy Cybersecurity and Electronic Data Breaches.”
In a world where most data is being stored electronically, cybersecurity breaches are an ever-growing concern for businesses and can result in the compromise and loss of electronically-stored data from a secure environment (a “data breach”), such as the loss of personal data, as well as confidential trade secrets and proprietary information. Breaches can result from external and internal sources. To read the article in its entirety, click here.
Bautista is a partner in the Cleveland office and is a member of the Intellectual Property, Litigation, Construction, Cyber-Security and Data Privacy practice groups. Farago is an attorney in the Cleveland office and is a member of the Appellate, Litigation, Cyber-Security and Data Privacy, and Product Liability practice groups. Polak is a partner in the Indianapolis office and is a member of the Intellectual Property, Litigation, Media and Privacy Law, and Cyber-Security and Data Privacy practice groups.