Julie Austin, Mason Hayes and Curran

Mason Hayes & Curran releases Cyber/Data Breach Review

The review looks at legislative changes aimed at strengthening the EU’s cybersecurity framework
Julie Austin, Mason Hayes and Curran

26 March 2024

In association with Mason Hayes & Curran

Mason Hayes & Curran has released a Cyber/Data Breach Review, in response to the rapidly evolving cyber threat landscape and the expansion of EU data security regulations.

The business law firm’s publication considers recent and upcoming developments in the cyber/data security space and provides a valuable resource for industry stakeholders in an era of rapid technological and legal advancements.

Topics include ransomware attacks, the impact of AI on the cyber-threat landscape and the key legislative changes that aim to strengthen the EU’s cybersecurity framework.

Additionally, the publication includes a comparative analysis of various legal regimes which impose obligations on organisations to report personal security incidents and data breaches.

Julie Austin, privacy and data security partner, Mason Hayes & Curran, said: “In today’s digital world, data is now a high value commodity. Ensuring the security of that data is paramount, particularly as cybercrime continues to rise in scale and complexity. Businesses must have robust and appropriate security systems in place to adequately protect themselves from falling victim to a cyber incident or data breach.

“Business leaders today are also experiencing enhanced levels of regulatory oversight as well as preparing for significant new EU cybersecurity laws. Our Cyber/Data Breach Review is designed to help businesses navigate through these changes effectively and ensure that they are well-prepared to meet these challenges head-on.”

The Cyber/Data Breach Review is available here.

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