Today’s post provides a compliance checklist for contracting for cloud services regulations relating to the new DoD cyber security regulations and also details the ramifications for failure to comply to the regulations.
With the help of the financial services industry “the legal sector has launched its own cyber-threat intelligence-sharing mechanism” known as the Legal Services Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (LS-ISAO) Services.
A registered investment adviser agreed to settle SEC charges that it failed to adopt adequate cybersecurity policies and procedures reasonably designed to protect customer records and information as required by Rule 30(a) of Regulation S-P (the “Safeguards Rule”).
It may still be September, but to countless retailers, Halloween is already here.
Do data breaches cause lasting reputational damage for organizations?
Radio and television stations, as well as their audiences, have reason to celebrate.
European Court of Justice’s Advocate General’s Advisory Opinion in Schrems Case Questions Validity of Personal Data Transfers Under EU/US Safe Harbor Framework
On September 22, 2015, the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) Advocate General issued an advisory Opinion in Case C-362/14 in the Schrems case.
On the heels of the enactment of the Dutch breach notice law, the Dutch Data Protection Authority (CBP) published a consultation document with draft guidelines on the breach notice obligation of data controllers in the Netherlands.
Recent Seventh Circuit Data Breach Ruling Could Be Big Win for Plaintiffs and Big Headache for Retailers
For lawyers who frequently litigate class action lawsuits, whether or not the named plaintiffs have standing to bring a claim is one of the first issues that is analyzed and considered.