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By Bruce Sussman
Wed | Jul 25, 2018 | 7:30 AM PDT

The term "reasonable cybersecurity" gets batted around all the time.

And we know that if you have it, it can help limit liability damages after a breach.

But what, exactly, is the standard for reasonable cybersecurity? What does that look like or feel like within an organization?

We asked well-known cybersecurity attorney Shawn Tuma, of Scheef & Stone, LLP, what you should be aiming for in 2018. Here is his 90-second answer: 

This is his high-level answer to what reasonable cybersecurity looks like and how it can limit liability after a cyber incident.

Tuma also shared a number of specifics. More on that in part two of our conversation with him, on steps toward reasonable cybersecurity.