JD Supra Corporate Brief: Golden Cybersecurity Rules, California Whistleblower Protections, CyptoLocker Ransom Threats, EU Merger Review

Start your week off on the right foot: large coffee, cherry Danish, and the JD Supra Corporate Brief.

Five golden rules for avoiding cybersecurity coal in your SEC comment letter stocking in 2014… (Adam Veness at Mintz Levin)

Happy New Year, California whistleblowers… (Keith Goodwin and Laura Reathaford at Proskauer)

How to protect your brand now that the new domains are here? (Joshua Jarvis at Foley Hoag)

Your money or your data? Here’s how to avoid being held for ransom by CryptoLocker… (Erick Russell at Pullman & Comley)

The new EU merger review rules? Well, we’ve got good news and bad news… (White & Case)

SEC + big data = charges against a London hedge fund… (Stephen Quinlivan at Leonard, Street and Deinard)

Here’s a useful overview of what you need to know about patent reform… (King & Spalding)

In re Trados provides a good example for boards of directors of what not to do when you’re trying to avoid disruptive litigation… (John Cannon at Shearman & Sterling)

Want to improve the effectiveness of your compliance training program? Take these four steps… (Ingrid Fredeen at NAVEX Global)

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