In the Press
September 3, 2020

Chief Executives Face Rising Accountability For Cyber Lapses (WSJ Pro Cybersecurity)

When a company is hacked, it isn’t just security and technology executives who could lose their jobs. While it is still a rare outcome, cyberattacks can wound the careers of chief executives. That is partly because the fallout of a breach can stretch beyond legal concerns to the very viability of a business, said a litigation partner and chair of the data, privacy and cybersecurity practice at Goodwin. Read the WSJ Pro Cybersecurity article here.