The Regulatory Risks of Ransomware10/21/2020
As the leading cause of cybercrime, ransomware causes numerous losses for companies—including the looming threat of federal regulatory action for paying ransoms. In our conversation, Philip Yannella, practice leader of Ballard Spahr’s Privacy and Data Security Group, and Greg Szewczyk, partner elect in Ballard’s PDS group, explained these liabilities and how to avoid them.
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