July 2018 - The article, "CyberInsecurity: A New Protocol to Counter Cyberattacks in International Arbitration," by Olivier P. André, Hagit M. Elul and Pavlos Petrovas, was published in Legal BlackBook.

In today's environment of ever-escalating data breaches in all sectors of society, international arbitration is not immune to cyberattacks. And a failure to implement reasonable cybersecurity protocols may have dramatic consequences for the players involved. In fact, given the sensitivity of the information involved in complex international disputes, international arbitrations may well become a prime target for cybercriminals unless defensive measures are quickly adopted.

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