By Neil Bloomfield and Lindsey Frye. The legal and regulatory landscape continues to evolve in an effort to meet the pervasive and destructive effects of cyber attacks. 2017 brought a substantial increase in the number of attacks and the severity of the breaches. Hacking victims disclosed former breaches to be more serious than originally reported, while others delayed disclosure of the hacks entirely. Cyber attacks affected both the private and public sectors with equal force. Attacks were launched by private and state-sponsored groups, making cyber defense a popular talking ...
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