My Guest Blogger Nick Akerman learned about Cybercrime as a federal prosecutor where he prosecuted a wide array of white collar criminal matters, including bank frauds, bankruptcy frauds, stock frauds, complex financial frauds, environmental crimes and tax crimes.
Data breaches are more commonplace than ever, and healthcare data is of particular value. So why are our response system so lacking?
Electronic medical records provide a multitude of benefits for providers and patients by promoting efficient record access, cost savings and better patient care. So what’s the down side?
Wyoming recently joined the list of states passing laws that broaden the scope of their data breach notification laws.
As U.S. litigators and U.S. courts begin to gain some level of comfort with advanced e-discovery practices, new challenges have emerged in the form of cross-border discovery.
Recently, new rules on cookies (all links in Dutch) came into force in the Netherlands. In addition, the Dutch Second Chamber approved a draft bill to introduce a mandatory data breach notification requirement and to strengthen the Dutch Data Protection Authority’s investigative and fining powers.
Did you know that your car has a recording device that records the speed, direction, and location of your vehicle while you are driving it, as well as your steering, braking, seat belt use and erratic driver behavior?
Beware Medical Records Subpoenas: Connecticut Supreme Court Issues Opinion On Negligence for Noncompliance with HIPAA Standards
Health care providers and their medical records custodians constantly find themselves under pressure to release medical records immediately upon receipt of a subpoena.
Walgreen Co. this week settled a putative class action law suit alleging that it violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) for $11 million.