Done incorrectly, due diligence can result in slower integration of assets, which increases acquisition costs associated and could reduce expected gains.

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As regulators continue to propose new rules and speak publicly about expanding enforcement, the risks associated with mergers and acquisitions are on the rise. A lack of satisfactory due diligence often results in the onboarding of not only a new asset but also legacy security risks and ongoing security incidents.

In Dark Reading, StoneTurn Partner Luke Tenery discusses several considerations that go into assessing the requirements of cyber due diligence and the trade-off they impose on deals, both in terms of time to execution as well as friction with the target company or asset.

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Luke Tenery

Luke Tenery brings over 20 years of experience helping leading organizations mitigate complex cybersecurity, data privacy, and digital risks. He applies expertise in cyber investigations, threat intelligence, incident response, and […]

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