Go here to read: Texas Businesses Must Implement and Maintain Reasonable Cybersecurity Safeguards According to State Attorney General
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)
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
The SecureWorld News Team talked with Shawn Tuma about many of the lessons that can be learned from the Equifax data breach and winnowed it down to the following 3 takeaways that are discussed more thoroughly in the article: We need a uniform national breach notification law in the United States. When it comes to … Continue reading Incident Response – 3 Takeaways from the Equifax Breach
UPDATE: Yahoo Shareholders Sue Over Massive Data Breaches (Law 360 paywall) Verizon and Yahoo have renegotiated their deal in the wake of Yahoo's revelations of its past data breaches. Verizon had agreed to pay $4.8 billion for Yahoo's Internet business in July 2016, but that was before Yahoo disclosed that it had two of the largest data … Continue reading Verizon Requires $350 Million Discount and Yahoo Share in Data Breach Liability — Good Deal?