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Iranian Cyber Threat Raises Stakes for Corporate Security


13 Jan 2020
Reprinted with permission.

John Carlin, former assistant attorney general for the DOJ's national security division, spoke to Law360 to discuss the need for businesses to ensure that they have basic cybersecurity measures in place to reduce the chance of being held liable in the event of an Iranian hacker attack.

According to John, companies should be on the lookout for an "increase in Iranian affiliated groups that are motivated by recent tensions but not acting at the tactical direction of the state," especially since these groups "have no incentive to be proportionate" in their strikes.

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