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The recent ransomware attack on the Colonial Pipeline has attracted renewed public attention to cybersecurity issues. The field is always evolving and the attack serves as a great starting point for understanding the current state of cybersecurity, so this week we are joined by three experts: Ross Nordurft and Alex Botting of Venable LLP and Amy Mahn of the Institute National Standards and Technology: To discuss the lessons of pipe attack and how to take a risk management approach to cybersecurity.
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