William Hamilton quoted in article “Cyberinsecurity”UF Law Magazine 06/16/15
Below is an excerpt:
Cyberattacks can damage companies beyond the initial release of confidential data – from loss of consumer confidence to litigation.
So top law firms are devoting more resources to their cybersecurity practices, which offer services to companies seeking to avoid data breaches and limit legal liability. Prudent companies are increasingly seeking legal advice to complement expanded information technology security measures.
“The tremendous virtues and benefits of the digital age have come with a price,” said William Hamilton (JD 83), director of UF Law’s E-Discovery Project and partner at Quarles & Brady LLP.