Recommended: The Curious Case of EMI v. Comerica

David Navetta writes:

Security breaches in the online banking world continue to yield interesting lawsuits (you can read about three others in this post). The latest online banking lawsuit filed by Experi-Metal Inc. (“EMI”) against Comerica (the “EMI Lawsuit”) provides some new wrinkles that could further illuminate the boundaries of “reasonable security” under the law. Brian Krebs has a good article summarizing the case. In addition, bankinfosecurity.com has a recent article on this matter (in which yours truly was quoted). In this post we take a look at the EMI Lawsuit, consider some legal questions that the case raises, and analyze how it might impact the question of what constitutes “reasonable security” under the law.

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