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IDG Contributor Network: Why you should lawyer up before a cyberattack

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    Lawyers advise enterprises to establish preemptive legal protection before suffering a cyberattack. While one might expect lawyers to say that, there are some reasons to take this advice.

    Namely, a federal district court in Minnesota found in October that "certain documents created during Target's internal investigation of its 2013 payment card breach were protected by the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine," according to the Cybersecurity Law Report.


    The court told Target that it didn't have to produce certain documents that the plaintiffs wanted to see. The reason: they were part of the investigation.

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