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Iranian Cyber Threat Raises Stakes For Corporate Security


Sheppard Mullin partner Jonathan Meyer, formerly deputy general counsel at the Department of Homeland Security, spoke with Law360 about recent regulatory warnings about a heightened Iranian hacking threat and how banks, telecoms and other businesses need to act quickly to ensure basic cybersecurity measures are in place to reduce liability.  According to Meyer, “These warnings put companies on notice that cyber risk is elevated right now and in the near and even the medium term, so if they haven’t been prioritizing cybersecurity, now would be a good time to start.”

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