Companies need to be mindful of November guidance from DHS and NIST.
Companies need to be mindful of November guidance from DHS and NIST.
As we enter 2017, here's how changes in cybersecurity may affect your e-discovery plans moving forward.
Among the measures is forming a "response team" when confidential information from state and local governments is breached.
The plaintiffs counter Avid’s “shoddy record-keeping practices” made it difficult to know whether the plaintiffs signed arbitration agreements.
The agency has announced the latest in a series of cash-reward contests for solutions to protect personal data.
Winston and Strawn partner Liisa Thomas lays out a roadmap on challenges to face companies in the coming year.
A look at the GDPR “tidal wave,” FTC authority clarification and more security and privacy challenges to watch for next year.
A look into the future for the lessons learned from the “hack” of one major firm.
The Johnson & Bell suit is a good reminder of the importance of questioning outside firms about their cybersecurity efforts.
A look at some less obvious but important considerations related to cloud security and why they are often overlooked.
While Wernick sees a more-complicated landscape for cybersecurity and drone issues, he also cites opportunities for developing technology and collaborating against cyberthreats.
More than three-quarters of law departments are responsible for or meaningfully influence their companies' cybersecurity. Here's what to watch for.
Data privacy laws and blocking statutes can seriously impact investigations and litigation that reach outside of U.S. borders.
Uncertainty continues for legal experts and policymakers around issues of privacy and data security raised by the influx of drones circling the skies.
As firms focus on meeting efficiency demands, experts advise looking at cybersecurity as a business risk.
After one California lawyer was sanctioned for using electronic signatures, the need for more efficient technology use is here.
A look at what the Trump administration's pro-security leanings mean for the future of privacy and cyberwarfare, and government surveillance.
In building investment in Atlanta’s cybersecurity scene, the law firm found its second start-up partner in Authomate.
The judge ruled alleged misrepresentations about the progress of the Mandiant merger amounted to "puffery."
Pillsbury, FireEye and Thomson Reuters bet they’re better than the “patchwork of industry standards” currently guiding cybersecurity regulations.
Key moments from the 2016 presidential election could predict the future of the data security landscape.
A look at the rise of absolute encryption, the power of the Fourth Amendment and other encryption issues.
No matter whether firms keep data in-house or work with third parties, certain cybersecurity controls should be in place.
Often, cloud service providers have stronger security options than those at law firms.
M&A practitioners are increasingly expected to provide cybersecurity expertise and help steer companies clear of regulatory action.
While many see a lack of action on federal cybersecurity laws, there is a possibility of broad standards being developed for Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Clutch Group is betting it can make AI more "accessible" and "intelligible" to stakeholders via automated compliance, surveillance tools.
Recognizing a potential cyber whistleblower may require companies to appreciate nuances previously unanticipated by most internal reporting schemes.
The Global State of Information Security Survey also found a high number of organizations looking externally for cybersecurity help.
Baker Donelson's CyberCon 2016 brought together Atlanta business, legal and government leaders to discuss cybersecurity.
Former FBI assistant director Shawn Henry on the different types of hackers, how to be proactive and more at ALM CyberSecure.
Single sign-on systems can help you leverage both time and security demands for new and departing employees.
Experts at CyberSecure will discuss whether separating security and privacy can clarify and improve regulation.
These tips can help institute best practices for drafting cloud computing agreements at your company or firm.
Since the breach, cybersecurity is on every firm's radar. Here are some tips for better security.
Cyber insurance can be vital in overcoming critical attacks, and there are key points companies must understand.
CloudMask's new encryption capabilities include permission controls that cover data both inside Clio and when sent to other platforms.
10 best practices for data security and what you need to know about where your information is stored.
You need a quick response, but sometimes hasty decisions can lead to even more issues. That's why you need a response plan.
The latest draft of the law has sparked heated discussions among multinational companies.
Three steps to prepare for important new rules that will impact how data is managed and governed.
The House of Representatives Oversight and Government Reform Committee found OPM showed a "failure of culture and leadership."
Cyberinsurance requires companies to meet certain obligations and integrate certain practices in their incident response plan.
Law firms are leveraging technology to stay competitive and secure in the modern market, but many still express reluctance to adopt cloud technologies.
The ISO 27001 Global Report finds that the certification provides legal professionals with a competitive edge in fostering and growing client relations.
Technology budgets rose 12 percent in 2016 as more firms sought to shore up their cybersecurity.
Experts from consulting and FBI backgrounds say information can help organizations and the government sharpen risk management.
Top information and security officers on encryption basics and what it means to your firm.
Nuix Insight Adaptive Security tool fuses together prevention, detection, response, remediation, and deception capabilities to protectively detect network breaches and intrusions
The annual William Lea Tag and Sandpiper Partners survey found law firms are increasingly looking to tech for administrative processes.
Tom Crone, the head of legal affairs for the now-defunct News of the World tabloid during its phone-hacking scandal, has been cleared of professional misconduct in England and is ready to put the sordid affair behind him.
The firm will expand services beyond the bitcoin market to clients looking to leverage the technology for their own markets.
The Circular A-130 update comes after high-profile government data breaches, most notably to Office of Personnel Management.
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From staying aware of evolving cybersecurity regulations to approving vendors and implementing security practices, attorneys are the critical link in banks' cybersecurity.