Everyone has a brand. Through every interaction and impression we leave in the minds of others, each of us builds on our own personal brand.
eDiscovery is the monster that ate Cleveland as everyone knows, but storing the ESI (Electronically Stored Information) is at risk to cyberintrusions since the ESI includes “highly sensitive information” as reported by my good friend Monica Bay in Legaltech News.
With the aim of keeping pace alongside European practice, on July 13th 2015, the Russian President signed into law a bill amending the Federal Law “On Information, information technologies and on protection of information” No. 149-FZ of 27 July 2006.
With a click of a button, a former employee can communicate to a large audience of connections made during his career.
South Korea Introduces Further Data Protection Breach Penalties to Encourage Compliance, and Issues Mobile App Guidance
Ever since January 2014, when South Korea’s credit card industry lost huge amounts of customer data during a data breach, the South Korean government has been gradually announcing stricter penalties for those who run afoul of data protection rules.
Reiterating its commitment to enforcing the U.S.-EU and U.S.-Swiss Safe Harbor Frameworks, the Federal Trade Commission announced on Monday that it has reached settlements with 13 companies alleged to have misled consumers either by claiming Safe Harbor membership despite never having applied, or by allowing their Safe Harbor certifications to lapse.
The Impact Team, the vigilante group behind the hacking of the infamous website AshleyMadison.com has followed through on its threat to leak the full database of the site’s users online.
An interagency working group led by The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and The Department of Commerce recently published a draft report (the “Report”) recommending that the U.S. government increase its efforts to develop international cybersecurity standards by coordinating with other governments and the private sector.
Protecting Financial Institutions in Cyberspace—U.S. Financial Regulators Come Up with a New Tool Kit to Stem Cyberthreats
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) has recently developed a new tool to help U.S. financial institutions combat the increasing volume and sophistication of cyber attacks.