Fox Rothschild partner Scott Vernick recently appeared as a guest on the Willis Report to discuss fallout of the hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment.
On December 5, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) issued an update regarding its Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity (Framework).
Does Santa Claus have to comply with EU Data Protection laws?
A recent report showed a slight increase from 10% to 26% of companies with cyber insurance coverage between 2013 and 2014, and stated that most US companies are deficient in “keeping the data breach response plan up-to-date, conducting risk assessments of areas vulnerable to a breach, continuous monitoring of information systems to detect unusual and anomalous traffic and investing in technologies that enable timely detections of a security breach.”
The need for strong security measures to protect sensitive government data from hackers has never been more intense.
It was a busy week for companies and government agencies struggling to combat the growing threat of cyber-attacks, with some bad news and some good news. Here’s what you need to know, and how we can help.
Your vendor’s employee goes home after a long day of collecting wellness questionnaires and biometric screening results only to wake up the next day to discover that her car has been stolen from her driveway.
In recent months, two federal regulating agencies have delivered decisions in which they unexpectedly took a broad interpretation of the law as it pertains to privacy—leaving some legal experts wondering if this is a sign of the times.
The Federal Trade Commission recently announced that it settled charges against a health billing company and its former CEO that they misled consumers who had signed up for their online billing portal by failing to inform them that the company would seek detailed medical information from pharmacies, medical labs and insurance companies.
Companies have moved in droves to allow hosting partners to store their mission critical applications — along with valuable business information, trade secrets and customer data — in the cloud.