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As part of due diligence, the buyer’s side counsel should be analyzing both whether the acquisition target has met its obligation under those laws and what obligations it has agreed to undertake. (Credit: Natee Meepian/Shutterstock) As part of due diligence, the buyer’s side counsel should be analyzing both whether the acquisition target has met its obligation under those laws and what obligations it has agreed to undertake. (Credit: Natee Meepian/Shutterstock)

Cybersecurity due diligence has become a bedrock component of mergers and acquisitions. Recent surveys have revealed that as many as 73% of buyers conducting due diligence have uncovered evidence of undisclosed data breaches.

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