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Executive Responsibilities and Consequences: A Case Study of Uber’s Data Breaches

Every organization is at risk of a data breach, and can learn something from Uber’s data privacy missteps. In an article for Corporate Compliance Insights, Squire Patton Boggs lawyers Colin Jennings, Ericka Johnson, and Dylan Yépez offer key takeaways from the company’s high-profile data breaches and the criminal charges that followed.      … Continue Reading

Is Your Data Breach Report Protected?

Responding effectively to a data breach requires an organization to obtain a thorough forensic report about what happened and why.  Yet this report can damage the company further if it becomes public inadvertently.  Members of our cross-practice data protection team discuss how to protect a forensic report under privilege.  The insights of Leah Parsons, Ericka Johnson, and Colin Jennings can be found here.  A related … Continue Reading
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