April 24th, 2017
New, groundbreaking cybersecurity regulation promulgated by the New York Department of Financial Services requires organizations under its jurisdiction to establish and maintain cybersecurity programs. Unlike current federal law that allows substantial flexibility for institutions to implement reasonable security safeguards, the new NYDFS regulations dictate specific, prescriptive measures companies must take to detect, prevent and report cybersecurity threats. Who is covered and what is required?
April 13th, 2016
I recommend that all lawyers stay informed about these FBI cybersecurity alerts and the cybersecurity threats that prompt them. In fact, I believe our ethical duties obligate us to take this reasonable step, which will ebable us to better protect the confidential and private information of our clients.
December 30th, 2015
Happy New Year! As we turn the calendar to 2016 and reflect on what the year ahead might bring, I asked some of my DiscoverReady colleagues to share some of their resolutions for the new year. Here’s what they resolve to accomplish in 2016. . .
August 28th, 2015
Last month the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit departed from most other federal courts, and allowed a data breach litigation to proceed where plaintiffs demonstrated no actual injuries, but a “substantial risk” of future injury.
June 24th, 2015
Ah, summertime . . . Colleagues and friends are heading to the beach, gathering up their summer reading collection. But right now I’m not focused on page-turning thrillers or rom-com novels. Instead, I’m thinking about data security and privacy. I’m exploring the factors that heighten the risk of a data breach, the staggering impact a breach can have on an organization, and how companies can minimize their risk of a breach.