California faces cybersecurity expert deficiency

General counsel speculate a higher proportion of experts have been brought in-house instead of working for firms

So, your company has been hacked. Who do you call? One report out of California says that is a tougher question to answer than you may think.

According to a cover story in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, general counsel say there is a shortage of qualified cybersecurity legal experts in one of the country’s major tech hubs. While need has exploded, supply has not kept up with demand.

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