Today, March 31, 2015, marks the fifth annual World Backup Day.
Is your industry crowded? Does one brand overshadow the rest of the players in your industry? How can your business stand out?
On March 25, 2015, the United States House of Representative, Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade approved draft legislation which would replace state data breach notification laws with a national standard.
Recently, a national BlueCross BlueShield affiliate, Anthem, Inc., discovered that its information technology systems was hacked.
When we talk with CEOs and CFOs about buying cyber insurance, we often hear them say, “I’ll just rely on my agent for the best policy at the lowest cost.”
With breaches caused by payment card thieves and hackers dominating the news, it is easy for mid-sized and small companies to think that data breaches are unfortunate events that affect only large companies.
Proposed Data Privacy Legislation at the Federal Level May Be a Step in the Right Direction, but Falls Short of Consumer Advocacy Groups’ Expectations
More than a month after announcing plans to build on cyber security infrastructure, President Obama released a draft of new data privacy legislation—once again stirring the debate on the best approach to protecting consumer data.
You’ve seen the headlines. Computer hackers access personal, financial and medical data for millions of Anthem and Premera Blue Cross customers.
The Boston Marathon is less than a month away. If you are training for the 26+ miles of winding, hilly roads through and around Boston, the odds are good that you are using some kind of wearable fitness device to track your run.
Our 2015 monthly Privacy Issues Wednesday webinar series continued this month with Jonathan Cain and Paul Pelletier’s Responding to Insider Data Theft & Disclosure presentation.