Protecting Executives

Uniquely exposed and privy to the most sensitive information, executives should be a key focus of technologically-savvy employment lawyers. They are at risk on the road, targeted by adversaries at home, subject to the most vile forms of retaliation, are the victims of concerted spear-phishing and are required to act as if their emails are, in fact, public.

The world of managing cyber risk demands nothing less than a sharp focus on execs, including recognizing that every denizen of the c-suite should be carefully subject to the principle of least privilege and that executive agreements require careful drafting to include technology and data both during work and after termination.   Here are a number of pieces on the subject, with many more to follow.

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