Bart Huffman, Charles Salmon, Privilege Considerations in Cyber Incident Response

The authors (Bart Huffman and Charles Salmon of Locke Lord LLP) discuss some legal issues generated by cyber-security incidents. The blog specifically deals with the issue of whether non-public written records concerning the breach (e.g. minutes of meetings, communications among the response team, etc.) may be privileged or protected under the work

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eDiscovery Digest, Are You Afraid of the Dark…Data?

The article discusses the definition given by Gartner of dark data as the “information assets organizations collect, process and store during regular business activities but, generally fail to use for other purposes”. The source highlights the importance of proactively defining


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