The most likely “cyber attack” that your company will face will come in the form of an email. One of the most common forms of email attack is the business email compromise (BEC) and the most popular time of the year for the W-2 version of BEC is right now -- tax season. Read the … Continue reading Protect Your Company Against W-2 Business Email Compromise Attacks During Tax Season
In my latest article in Ethical Boardroom article, I explain some of the not-so-obvious reasons why you need an experienced cyber attorney on your team: Why you need a cyber attorney (Spring 2018) Here are other Ethical Boardroom (@EthicalBoard) articles that I have written or contributed to that are also available for free: Cybersecurity: A Fiduciary Duty … Continue reading Why do you need a cyber attorney? Shawn Tuma explains in Ethical Boardroom
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!
As a teaser to my presentation at SecureWorld - Dallas last week, I did a brief interview with SecureWorld and talked about three of the points I would make in my lunch keynote, The Legal Case for Cybersecurity. If you're going to SecureWorld - Denver next week, join me for the lunch keynote on Thursday (11/2) … Continue reading 3 Legal Points for InfoSec Teams to Consider Before an Incident
The US House of Representatives has passed legislation similar to that recently passed by the Senate that would require the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to produce cybersecurity guidance that will be aimed at helping small businesses. The NIST Small Business Cybersecurity Act of 2017 would include NIST’s creating guidelines, tools, and best … Continue reading NIST Cybersecurity Guidance for Small Business Likely Forthcoming