As a result of Thursday’s historic referendum, the United Kingdom will be leaving the EU. The decision will have a profound effect on many areas, including the global economy, trade, immigration and, potentially, the continued unity of the UK.
US companies and policy makers will no doubt spend a good chunk of the day today considering the possible implications for them of yesterday’s UK vote for Brexit.
With Stewart on vacation, the blockchain takes over the podcast!
We last reported on Russia’s data localization law earlier this year when the Russian data protection authority, Roskomnadzor, released its inspection plan for 2016.
State Data Breach Notification Laws – Overview of Requirements for Responding to a Data Breach (Updated June 2016)
We have updated our summary of state data breach notification laws in light of recent amendments to some of the laws since our last update in September 2015.
Reuters reported that “Grandpoint said the coverage includes losses from wire-transfer scams including business email compromise [BEC].
Following the issuance of Plymouth University Maritime Cyber Threats Research Group study on the risk of cyber threats [view related post], the International Maritime Bureau (IMB) recently issued a warning to shipping and maritime companies to “be vigilant to the potential commercial impact that cyber-attacks can cause.”
The World Energy Council recently warned the utility industry that one of the top threats to the energy sector is advanced malware attacks.
Governor Bruce Rauner signed several new provisions into law amending Illinois’ Personal Information Privacy Act, including health insurance and medical information into the definition of personal information that triggers notification in the event of a breach.