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
Photo Credit: Photo Credit: Marco Verch Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 (no changes were made to the image) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed.en The New York Department of Financial Services has pushed back the effective date of its Cybersecurity Regulations from January 1, 2017 to March 1, 2017. This is to give the NYDFS time to significantly revise the proposed Cybersecurity … Continue reading New York Cybersecurity Regulations Delayed, Being Revised
Ashley Madison and the FTC announced a settlement of the investigation into the breach data breach of 36 million AshleyMadison.com users that was being pursued by the FTC and several states' attorneys general. The cost to Ashley Madison is substantial: a total judgment of $17.5 million (though only $1.6 million is currently due because of … Continue reading Ashley Madison & FTC Settle Data Breach Case – Does Your Company Have These Cybersecurity Shortcomings?
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)
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has continued its assault on businesses and their ability to legitimately protect their computer systems and information against unauthorized non-business use by employees. A few weeks ago, I wrote 3 Important Points on Computer Policies in which I stressed (1) why your company must have them but (2) that … Continue reading Computer Use Policies – Are Your Company’s Illegal According to the NLRB?