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The Aftermath Of A Cyber-Breach: Do I Have To Hand Over Potentially Damaging Documents?
If litigation proceeds, you may be required to hand over documents to the other side, including expert reports/documents which might show your security practices were inadequate or that policies and procedures were not followed.
Ireland
24 Dec 2015
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Rolling The Dice On The Enforcement Of Foreign Gambling Debts
Companies offering online gaming facilities may be surprised to learn that it is not possible to recover cross-border gambling debts in Ireland.
Ireland
3 Dec 2015
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Planning Is Key To Preventing A Cyber-Breach
This article, which first appeared in Emergency Services Magazine, outlines some of the main topics discussed at the event and offers expert tips from Arthur Cox on managing cyber-risk.
Ireland
1 Sep 2015
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Cyber Attack: Think You're Immune? Think Again
The latest briefing from our Cyber-security Group demonstrates why no organisation is immune from cyber attack.
Ireland
24 Aug 2015
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Government Publishes National Cyber Security Strategy – What's Your Strategy?
Ireland has the potential to become a global cyber-security hub. Nine of the top ten global software companies, all of the top ten global ICT companies and the top ten "born on the Internet" companies have major operations here.
Ireland
13 Jul 2015
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Understanding Cyber-Risk: Our 10 Key Takeaways
All the experts say, there are two kinds of business: those which have been subject to a cyber-breach, and those which do not know they have been subject to a cyber-breach.
Ireland
7 Jul 2015
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Cyber-Security & Minimising Litigation Risk
The Government's Draft National Risk Assessment 2015 names cyber-security as one of the potential risks for Ireland in 2015. Cyber-security is not ‘just an IT issue'.
Ireland
29 May 2015
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