Topic: Cyber Risk

Target’s Data Breach, Cyber Risk Insurance, Privacy Legislation, and Other Cybersecurity Developments You Should Know

The theft of personal financial information from shoppers at Target Corp – involving as many as 110 million consumers – has dominated privacy and data security headlines of late. But it’s far from the only issue we’re following in the cybersecurity and data protection space. Also on our list: cyber risk insurance, breach disclosure requirements,… Read more »

How to Purchase Cyber Insurance

From attorney Roberta Anderson of K&L Gates, five tips that will help every organization sort through the process of buying cyber insurance: Get a Grasp on Risk Profile and Tolerance Look at Existing Coverage Purchase “Cyber” Insurance As Needed Spotlight The “Cloud” Remember The “Cyber”Misnomer Read the full update, How to Purchase “Cyber” Insurance, then… Read more »

Botnets, Cyber Weapon Controls, White House Incentives, and More – What We’re Reading in Cybersecurity Now

Here’s a quick look at what’s grabbing our attention right now on JD Supra. Recent updates on the myriad risks, concerns, and legal developments around cybersecurity and data protection: White House Posts Preliminary Cybersecurity Incentives (Proskauer): “On August 6, 2013 the White House posted its preliminary list of incentives encouraging the adoption of cybersecurity best… Read more »

Why You Need Cyber Risk Insurance – and Other Hot Topics in Cybersecurity

What’s hot in cybersercurity and data protection? Business insurance against cyber risks, increased scrutiny of corporate policies and practices to prevent – and respond to – cyber threats, updated privacy controls and standards from the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and more. For your reference, a roundup of recent cybersecurity updates, from lawyers and… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: California Fracking, COPPA Rules, Off-label Marketing, FRAND Royalties

Today’s forecast: partly cloudy with a chance of law news: Will California lawmakers succeed in keeping fracking out of the state? (LXBN) Could President Obama’s proposed new cap on tax-favored retirement benefits do a lot more harm than good? (Osler) According to FINRA, employee social media privacy laws may conflict with securities regulations and threaten… Read more »

5 Ways to Prepare for a Cyber Attack

Is your business prepared for a cyber attack? It should be, writes Roberta Anderson of K&L Gates: “As the incidences of cyber attacks escalate, the costs associated with attacks are also increasing. In data breach cases, companies may incur substantial expenses relating to federal and state notification requirements… Companies may also face governmental and regulatory… Read more »

Cybersecurity and Data Protection in Europe: Latest Need-to-Know

“The European Network and Information Security Agency’s recent report on the cyber threat landscape highlights the vulnerability of network information system technologies, such as cloud computing and associated big data sets, where the concentration of vast amounts of data in few logical locations makes it an attractive target for cyber threat agents.” Do business in… Read more »

[Video] Corporate Law Report: News to Use… Now

Welcome to our latest Corporate Law Report. You know the drill: Watch the video overview above and, for any topics that interest you, go deeper with the legal analysis and commentary below>> 1. Managing Cyber Risk Top Ten Ways To Manage Cyber Risk – Sherman & Howard L.L.C. 2. BYOD, But Leave the Risks Behind… Read more »