Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast #DtSR with Los and Tuma talking all things #cybersecurity

This week's #DtSR Podcast featured Raf Los and guest Shawn Tuma talking about all things cybersecurity. Check out more of what was covered and listen to the podcast here! Check out some of the past episodes with Tuma as a guest.   Share on social media and join in the discussion! https://twitter.com/DtSR_Podcast/status/970887006061547521 ______________________ Shawn Tuma (@shawnetuma) … Continue reading Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast #DtSR with Los and Tuma talking all things #cybersecurity

Security Weekly guest Shawn Tuma discusses “what is reasonable cybersecurity?”

https://youtu.be/3FkeAV4N-rs?t=4m3s Share on social media and join in the discussion! LinkedIn Post https://www.facebook.com/ComputerDataPrivacy/posts/1661689630578270   https://twitter.com/shawnetuma/status/969768904112398336 ______________________ Shawn Tuma (@shawnetuma) is an attorney with an internationally recognized reputation in cybersecurity, computer fraud, and data privacy law. He is a Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Attorney at Scheef & Stone, LLP, a full-service commercial law firm in Texas that represents … Continue reading Security Weekly guest Shawn Tuma discusses “what is reasonable cybersecurity?”

Marine corp data breach lesson: human error is often the cause and is preventable

There has been a data breach emanating from the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve that impacted 21,426 individuals. The breach exposed their sensitive personal information such as truncated social security numbers, bank electronic funds transfer and bank routing numbers, truncated credit card information, mailing address, residential address and emergency contact information. Calm down and press the … Continue reading Marine corp data breach lesson: human error is often the cause and is preventable

former employee = current data thief

Fifth Circuit Upholds CFAA Conviction for Former Employee’s Misuse Causing Damage Based on Circumstantial Evidence

In United States v. Anastasio N. Laoutaris, 2018 WL 614943 (5th Cir. Jan. 29, 2018), the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a jury verdict finding Laoutaris guilty of two counts of computer intrusion causing damage, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1030(a)(5)(A) and (c)(4)(B)(i) of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Laoutaris … Continue reading Fifth Circuit Upholds CFAA Conviction for Former Employee’s Misuse Causing Damage Based on Circumstantial Evidence

What is “reasonable cybersecurity” and how do courts view it? (SecureWorld interviews)

What is "reasonable cybersecurity" and how do courts view "reasonable cybersecurity"? See KnowB4's discussion of these interviews These are two excellent questions that I was asked and I answered, as succinctly as I could, in two short interviews with SecureWorld. Tell me what you think about my answers. What Is Reasonable Cybersecurity? - SecureWorld article … Continue reading What is “reasonable cybersecurity” and how do courts view it? (SecureWorld interviews)