HOUSTON (AP) — A federal judge sentenced the former scouting director of the St. Louis Cardinals to nearly four years in prison Monday for hacking the Houston Astros’ player personnel database and email system in an unusual case of high-tech cheating involving two Major League Baseball clubs.
Source: Former Cardinals exec sentenced to prison for hacking Astros
Law360 (paywall required) article: Ex-Cardinals Director Gets 46 Months For Astros Hacking
Last evening I had the pleasure of talking cybersecurity law with a group of CIOs from some pretty sophisticated companies. It was a great discussion and I learned as much as I shared — just the way I like it. During our discussion, the subject of Incident Response Plans came up and I explained why these are now a must-have. Continue reading Cybersecurity: How Long Should An Incident Response Plan Be?
Many thanks to attorney and legal scholar extraordinaire John G. Browning () for quoting Shawn Tuma in his article in this month’s D CEO magazine: Why Cybercriminals Are Targeting Law Firms. Continue reading D CEO Magazine: Why Cybercriminals Are Targeting Law Firms
A few years ago Texas joined most other states and enacted its version of the Uniform Trade Secrets Act (UTSA, or Texas’ TUTSA). Recently, the federal Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) became law. While there are quite a few similarities between these laws, there are also some substantial differences that you need to know to protect your businesses’ trade secrets. Continue reading What You Need to Know About Protecting Trade Secrets Under State and Federal Law
On Wednesday, June 15, 2016 and Thursday, June 16, 2016, Shawn Tuma was a guest on several radio stations to discuss the hacking attack on the Democratic National Committee in which the hackers obtained the DNC’s opposition research on Donald Trump. Here is the audio from some of the interviews:
Continue reading Tuma Discusses Hack of DNC Trump Research (Radio Interviews)