Preparation, protection are essential assets for businesses’ cybersecurity, local attorneys say

July 10, 2015 By Rachel Reynolds
Louisville Business First

Kentucky was the 47th state to pass cybersecurity legislation with the 2014 creation of state law KRS 365.732 in 2014.

The date of that passage is a sign that Kentucky is lagging behind other states in the battle with hackers, said  Ian Ramsey, an attorney at Stites & Harbison PLLC.

“We are behind and therefore we are unprepared,” said Ramsey, who has worked closely with the FBI’s cybercrime unit and gives presentations on cybersecurity nationwide. He is chairman of Stites & Harbison’s Information Security Committee and a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US).

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