December 22, 2021 | Law360 | 1 minute read

While cyberattacks to large companies such as Colonial Pipeline stole the headlines, Bracewell’s Seth DuCharme told Law360 it is ransomware episodes affecting consumer-facing businesses causing more everyday people to take notice of how cybercrime could affect their lives.

“This is the year when ransomware became kitchen-table conversation,” said DuCharme. “For a lot of people in the US, it suddenly became a personal fear, rather than a more diffuse national threat.”

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