Our guest for episode 114 is General Michael Hayden, former director of the NSA and CIA; he also confirms that he personally wrote every word of his fine book, Playing to the Edge: American Intelligence in the Age of Terror.
As the dust settles on the legal battle between Apple and the F.B.I., businesses should take note of the many issues related to the privacy and confidentiality of electronically stored information.
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.
For those of us who watch the automotive industry, the most interesting name on the list of appointees to President Barack Obama’s Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity was Joe Sullivan.
In a climate where cyber risk is a rapidly “growing and significant threat to the integrity, efficiency and soundness of financial markets worldwide”, reporting issuers and marketplace participants who fail to develop specialized systems for dealing with cyber security risk do so at their peril.
More than a billion people on the planet use online messaging service WhatsApp to send and receive messages, photo and videos and to make phone calls over the Internet.
Savvy in-house counsel and business owners often ask are whether the insurers selling cyber policies actually pays claims or whether the policyholders are just buying the right to later sue the insurers for coverage.
As if 2016 wasn’t challenging enough for asset managers, the rise in Cybersecurity risk has certainly become increasingly prevalent.
In the wake of a cyberattack in which over $850 million worth of transactions were affected and which implicated the security measures of major banking institutions on several continents, banks were reminded to review and follow their security measures.