Hear Shawn Tuma interviewed on News Radio 570 KLIF - Experts: Update Settings and Download Updates to Protect from “Meltdown” and “Spectre” CLICK HERE if you are impatient and only want to know what you should do ASAP to protect against Spectre and Meltdown With Y2K we had a warning. So much of a warning that … Continue reading Y2K18? Are #Spectre and #Meltdown the Y2K Apocalypse, Eighteen Years Late?
Three Democratic senators introduced legislation Thursday requiring companies to notify customers of data breaches within 30 days of their discovery and imposing a five year prison sentence on organizations caught concealing data breaches.https://www.cyberscoop.com/national-data-breach-notification-law-bill-nelson-uber-equifax-hack/
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 slides … Continue reading Cybersecurity Legal Issues: What you really need to know (slides)
We have been observing an evolution in hackers' tactics from going after data that could be directly monetized, such as payment card data, to going after data that can be monetized indirectly through extortion, such as the Ashley Madison data. The hack of Brazzers porn site is similar to the Ashley Madison hack in that the … Continue reading Brazzers porn hack: more than just account holders exposed–what does this mean for your company?
Many thanks to attorney and legal scholar extraordinaire John G. Browning (@therealjohnbrow) for quoting Shawn Tuma in his article in this month's D CEO magazine: Why Cybercriminals Are Targeting Law Firms. Please read the full article to hear Tuma's advice to John's questions of why law firms often have poor(er) cybersecurity and what law firms can … Continue reading D CEO Magazine: Why Cybercriminals Are Targeting Law Firms