How Growing Cyber Scrutiny Affects Corporate Compliance

December 3, 2021 Published Works
Law360

Verrill attorneys David Lazarus, Michael Fee, and Jeffery Smagula authored an article published in Law360 on December 3, 2021 entitled "How Growing Cyber Scrutiny Affects Corporate Compliance." In the article Lazarus, Fee, and Smagula discuss the recent Department of Health and Human Services semi-annual report to congress including the Office of the Inspector Generals work to safeguard cybersecurity within the agency and also as it relates to beneficiaries.

Read "How Growing Cyber Scrutiny Affects Corporate Compliance" on Law360.com.

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