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Though faced with limited legal remedies, counsel are coming up with creative new ways to go after cyberespionage actors, and partnering with an array of cyber professionals and government agencies to combat the threat.
Of the many emotions spurred by U.S. intelligence agencies’ conclusion that Russian hackers sought to influence the 2016 presidential election, one of the most prevalent was a sense of disbelief. But far from the lights and acrimony of the election, the corporate world knows all too well that such cyberespionage is not only possible, but is becoming more commonplace every day.
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By Emil Sayegh
Predictions aside, complacency is not an option if you plan to survive and thrive in 2022. Rest assured, the future of cybersecurity is bright, but it will come with its own set of challenges. We look forward into the future because the sooner we can start adapting strategy, policies, and technologies, the better off everyone will be in the long run.
By Lauren Caisman and Christian Auty
The year started with Portland, Oregon’s ban on the use of facial recognition technology by private entities in places of “public” accommodation. It concluded with the rendering of important appellate decisions on the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act. In the middle, was the continued flurry of litigation, class action settlements, and legislative activity.
By Zach Warren
It’s still a dangerous cyber world as we enter 2022, but one that today’s attorneys and legal technologists are prepared to tackle. Here’s what they predict for cybersecurity, remote work, privacy and e-discovery in the new year.