WikiLeaks and CIA’s Russian Hacking Tools & Techniques: Was it really the Russians?

In the wake of WikiLeaks’ Vault7 release of documents revealing the CIA’s hacking tools, I must revisit a key section of a post from September 2016. The section was about the convenience of blaming “the Russians” given the craze of attributing everything wrong in the cyber world to the seemingly omnipresent “Russians.” See: “SHAME HACKING” … Continue reading WikiLeaks and CIA’s Russian Hacking Tools & Techniques: Was it really the Russians?

How Cybersecurity is Impacting People’s Rights (Regent University Symposium)

On September 30, 2017, I am speaking at the Regent University School of Law’s Law Review Symposium on The Expansion of Technology in the 21st Century: How the Changes in Technology are Shaping the Law and the Legal Profession in America. At the end of this post, I have provided links to additional publications I … Continue reading How Cybersecurity is Impacting People’s Rights (Regent University Symposium)

Musings about the Equifax Data Breach

This is intended to be an old-fashioned “blog” about thoughts on the Equifax data breach. It will be ongoing so please check back regularly. Topics Media interviews and commentary We are seeing shame hacking taken to a new level Will I lead a consumer class action lawsuit against Equifax? Lawsuits and investigations against Equifax What … Continue reading Musings about the Equifax Data Breach

CYBERSECURITY FOR YOUR LAW FIRM

TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION.  The Most Important Point of this Guide: The Law Firm Must Have Adequate Cybersecurity Defenses.  THE IMPACT OF CYBERSECURITY LAW.  Cybersecurity is a Legal Issue.  The Conundrum of Cybersecurity Law Schizophrenia.  LAWYER’S & LAW FIRM’S UNIQUE OBLIGATION TO PROTECT CLIENT DATA.  UNDERSTANDING THE BASICS OF CYBERSECURITY AND CYBERATTACKS.  What are the … Continue reading CYBERSECURITY FOR YOUR LAW FIRM