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Definition

A general counsel is the chief lawyer of a legal department, usually in a corporation or government department. The term is most used in the United States.

Cybersecurity

"The General Counsel should advise on potential legal liabilities arising from a cyber event, as well as any indemnifications of potential litigants following a breach."[1]

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