WFAA-TV aired these holiday shopping cybersecurity tips on Thursday, November 17, 2016, in a two-part series featured in the following videos:
Here is the article Season of taking: Online scams surge during holidays
“To truly make America safe, we must make cybersecurity a major priority for both the government and the private sector.” -Donald Trump
Taking a page from the “avoidance of disaster handbook,” the article below sets out 7 strategies that both your company (and the government of the United States) could pursue to better protect its networks, intellectual property and personally identifiable information. Yes, some of these strategies involve government funding, tax credits, or government involvement. But isn’t that the point of the cybersecurity race? We need to prove our cybersecurity and cyber defense is second to none.”
In 7 Strategies To Win the Cyber “Space Race”, well-respected cybersecurity thinker Paul Ferrillo (@PaulFerrillo) and I share some of our thoughts on how to win the Cyber “Space Race” based on recent examples we can all learn from as well as a few suggestions for cybersecurity policy that we would like to see from the new Trump Administration. For reference, here is President-Elect Trump’s vision for cybersecurity during his campaign.
Our purpose is to ignite a debate that will vet these ideas as well as lead to more ideas from other thought leaders who are willing to engage in this discussion along with us. Please, share your thoughts, whether good or bad, in the comments to this post or to the article itself, via Twitter, LinkedIn, or the Cybersecurity Business Law Facebook Page.
Healthcare data is one of the most desirable forms of data for cyber criminals to steal because its value on the cyber black market — the Dark Web — is much higher than most other forms of data. While there are several reasons for this, the recent study Your Life, Repackaged and Resold: The Deep Web Exploitation of Health Sector Breach Victims, concluded Read the rest of this entry »
Shawn Tuma delivered the presentation Cybersecurity Legal Issues: What you really need to know at a Cybersecurity Summit sponsored by the Tarleton State University School of Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Strategic Studies’ Institute for Homeland Security, Cybercrime and International Criminal Justice. The presentation was on September 13, 2016 at the George Bush Institue. The following are the video and slides from Tuma’s presentation.
Shawn Tuma (@shawnetuma) is a business lawyer with an internationally recognized reputation in cybersecurity, computer fraud, and data privacy law. He is a Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Partner at Scheef & Stone, LLP, a full-service commercial law firm in Texas that represents businesses of all sizes throughout the United States and, through its Mackrell International network, around the world.