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Last year, hackers compromised 40 million Target customers’ credit card details, forcing the CEO’s resignation and making cybersecurity a C-suite corporate concern. US companies spend an average of $12.7 million annually on cybersecurity. Last December, the Center on Law and Security convened “Cyber Ethics: Emerging Issues & Evolving Laws,” with experts including Patrick Fitzgerald, former US attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, and Robert Mueller III (pictured above), former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Participants discussed company disclosure of breaches, information sharing between the private and public sectors, employee monitoring, and defense measures.
All of 2015 Proceedings and Relevant Parties