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Manage cyber crises with resilience, says former DOJ official

Business Insurance

02 Feb 2018

According to John P. Carlin, chair of Morrison & Foerster’s Global Risk and Crisis Management Group, companies shouldn’t be blamed for being hit by a cyber-attack in the same way they shouldn’t be blamed for being hit by a hurricane. Rather, a company should be judged on its ability “to get back into business after the hurricane.”

“That mindset is relatively new, and requires the business side of the house to be very actively engaged,” he said during the 2018 Professional Liability Underwriting Society’s Directors & Officers Symposium and was quoted in the Business Insurance article “Manage cyber crises with resilience, says former DOJ official.”

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