Kate M. Growley, CIPP/G, CIPP/USEvan D. Wolff

As we near the one-year anniversary of the now infamous Target breach, more and more companies are coming to grips with the new reality that computer crime is a cost of doing business. Facing mounting pressure from customers and regulators alike, many are scrambling to find new ways to avoid becoming victims. In the most recent edition of the ABA Criminal Justice Magazine, Evan Wolff, David Laing, Elizabeth Blumenfeld and myself explore one method that has caught increasing attention from these companies – information-sharing. As we explain here, there are many factors to consider before participating in an information-sharing program, but antitrust concerns need not loom large as one of them.