Cyber Risk Management and Attorney-Client Privilege in Cybersecurity Discussed on Business Security Weekly

Business Security Weekly, Episode 81, featured Michael Santarcangelo (@catalyst) inviting Shawn Tuma to join as co-host and guest to discuss two topics that should be near and dear to everyone's hearts: The legal case for why companies need cyber risk management programs and what experienced cybersecurity attorneys' roles are in such programs; and The frequently … Continue reading Cyber Risk Management and Attorney-Client Privilege in Cybersecurity Discussed on Business Security Weekly

Data is the hot potato!

During a presentation yesterday, I was trying to make a point about the liability that comes with data and, therefore, the need for us to never forget that in cybersecurity our ultimate goal is protecting systems and data. I used the little line at the end of this quote: Data equals risk. It is toxic … Continue reading Data is the hot potato!

Can your company do business without its computer system? Let’s ask Atlanta!

In the world of cybersecurity and data protection, we tend to think about most cyber incidents as being "data breaches" because that's the term de jour that occupies news headlines. Because of this, far too many companies think that if they do not have valuable data that hackers would want to "breach," so to speak, … Continue reading Can your company do business without its computer system? Let’s ask Atlanta!

Do data breaches have consequences? Will Equifax CIO serve jail time for insider trading?

“Corporate insiders who learn inside information, including information about material cyber intrusions, cannot betray shareholders for their own financial benefit.” Richard R. Best, SEC - Atlanta Division For years many in the cybersecurity/data breach space have been saying that somebody is going to have to go to jail before corporate decision-makers begin to take cybersecurity … Continue reading Do data breaches have consequences? Will Equifax CIO serve jail time for insider trading?

Do data breaches have consequences? Law firm closes due to irreparable damages to its reputation

The once prestigious 40-year law firm Mossack Fonseca, infamously known for its data breach that revealed the Panama Papers, is closing at the end of the month. The reason, in its words: “The reputational deterioration, the media campaign, the financial siege and the irregular actions of some Panamanian authorities have caused irreparable damage, whose obligatory … Continue reading Do data breaches have consequences? Law firm closes due to irreparable damages to its reputation