Codebook

Axios

12/11/2018

Julie O'Neill

Privacy + Data Security

In The News

Cylance’s Chief Security and Trust Officer Malcolm Harkins’ idea that the government should require companies to disclose all of the aspects that failed during a cybersecurity breach would go against the past history of the FTC according to Morrison & Foerster partner Julie O’Neill in the Axios newsletter, “Codebook.”

“The FTC has historically been averse to specifying security measures or products that a company should employ,” she said.

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