Cybersecurity is a team sport and many people within a business must work together to help effectively manage their businesses' cyber risk. In-house counsel plays a critical role in this process. A recent Law360 article (subscription required) identified the following key things they can do: Develop, implement, and table-top test an incident response plan Advise … Continue reading 5 Key Things In-House Counsel Can Do to Help Their Businesses’ Cybersecurity
WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO OBSERVE IT? Today is Data Privacy Day! If you have been wondering “what is Data Privacy Day?” then this is your lucky day because not only is today Data Privacy Day, but here is the answer and an explanation for why it really matters to you and your company’s future … Continue reading Happy Data Privacy Day!
In the last quarter of 2017, I have observed a cybersecurity trend that has given me more hope than any that I have seen previously. Let me explain. As an attorney, I have been practicing what can generally be described as cyber law or cybersecurity law since 1999, which means that my practice has evolved a lot … Continue reading The Most Positive Cybersecurity Trend I Have Seen in Nearly 20 Years!
Cybercriminals need shopping money for the Holidays and one of their favorite times to get yours is when you are shopping on #BlackFriday and #CyberMonday. https://youtu.be/ZPIEiQVQZ2I?t=31s Use these tips to help stay #cybersecure while shopping online for #BlackFriday and #CyberMonday and at any other time: Credit or debit? Use credit cards, not debit cards, for your … Continue reading Tips for Staying #CyberSecure While Shopping Online for #BlackFriday and #CyberMonday Deals
This morning I am doing radio interviews as a Fox News Radio contributor. My topic? The DEFCON Voting Village demonstration of hacking voting machines that have been, or may currently be, used in US elections. Here are a couple of the news stories if you are unfamiliar: Hacking a US electronic voting booth takes less than … Continue reading FUD and Voting Machine Hacking: An Important Point and Important Lesson