Wednesday, July 30, 2014

49% General Counsels Say Businesses Unprepared for Data Breach

Almost half (49%) of corporate general counsels (GCs) say their businesses are unprepared to defend against a cybersecurity incident, according to a new survey of Fortune 1000 companies by Consero Group.

These senior executives' unique positions puts them in the midst of critical business matters. They ranked compliance/regulatory issues as a top area of focus.

"Some 49 percent of GCs surveyed by the Consero Group don’t believe their companies are adequately prepared when it comes to a data breach.."
- Paul Mandell, Consero Founder & CEO
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Sources:
(a) General Counsel Data Survey Facts & Analysis - www.Consero.com, 07/29/2014

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