Tantleff Comments on Congressional Efforts to Improve Cybersecurity Protections

21 December 2020 Law360 News

Partner Aaron Tantleff was quoted in a Law360 article, “Privacy and Cybersecurity Developments That Shaped 2020,” about big changes in the privacy and cybersecurity world over the past year.

While the COVID-19 pandemic derailed most nonurgent lawmaking efforts in 2020, Congress was able to agree on some important measures designed to boost info security efforts in both the public and private sectors, Tantleff said.

“We’ve seen across the board the issue of protected and critical infrastructure, whether its schools or local governments, being hit by cyberattacks, and now it’s getting the attention of federal lawmakers,” he said.


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