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McLellan Presents Clear Law Institute Webinar on Ransomware

News / March 15, 2017

On March 14, 2017, Partner Melinda McLellan presented a webinar, “Data Held Hostage: The Practical and Legal Implications of Ransomware Attacks” sponsored by the Clear Law Institute. The webinar, which is available on demand, covered issues including the history of ransomware, trends in attack vectors, strategies for managing ransomware attacks and subsequent fallout, legal considerations relevant to responding to a ransomware demands, and tips for helping to prevent attacks.

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