Cybersecurity/Privacy Concerns Get Close Look by CalChamber Board

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Nancy Lipin, partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Jenner & Block LLP and chair of the Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice, emphasizes to the CalChamber Board of Directors that all companies and organizations have data privacy and cybersecurity issues. Companies and organizations store valuable data electronically and rely on electronic resources like computers and network systems to operate and serve clients and customers. She says she has seen in her law practice how failure to prioritize data privacy and cybersecurity issues can have “disastrous consequences” to company bottom lines and reputations.

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