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Cybersecurity In International Arbitration

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One more venue in which cybersecurity proves to be a potentially significant issue: An article in Practical Law from Latham & Watkins attorneys Jennifer Archie and Hanna Roos looks at cyber risk in the context of international arbitrations. They detail what’s at stake, areas of potential vulnerability and what can be done to mitigate risk. Their discussion includes a look at one angle seldom contemplated in this kind of discussion: the possibility that an organization can adopt “a more expensive and expansive security plan than is necessary,” and how to avoid doing that while still implementing a plausible, adequate protection program. This article includes a systematic cybersecurity checklist.

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