After the (WannaCry) Affair: Six Tips To Evaluate Your Cyberinsurance

​ After the (WannaCry) Affair: Six Tips To Evaluate Your Cyberinsurance by Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky    As previously noted, a recent ransomware attack crippled over 75,000 computers worldwide. The United States was largely spared the brun ...[Read more]

Published: 6/15/2017 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

Reminder from the SEC: An Update a Day Keeps Ransomware Away

Reminder from the SEC: An Update a Day Keeps Ransomware Away   By Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky   In cybersecurity, as in other areas, new and exciting threats carry a visceral appeal that older and more mundane ones do not. Zero day exploits? ...[Read more]

Published: 5/23/2017 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

​​Wave ​of Ransomware Attacks Cripples Dozens of Institutions Worldwide including U.K.'s NHS

​ Wave of Ransomware Attacks Cripples Dozens of Institutions Worldwide Including Britain’s NHS   By Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky   Movie buffs are familiar with a favored narrative arc: something with tremendous power, such as the Ebola virus ...[Read more]

Published: 5/12/2017 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

First HIPAA Settlement Involving Wireless Health Services Provider: $ 2.5 Million

​ First HIPAA Settlement Involving Wireless Health Services Provider: $ 2.5 Million   By Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky   We have previously written that the Internet of Things continues to spawn new cybersecurity and privacy concerns. These v ...[Read more]

Published: 4/26/2017 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

The Empire (State) Strikes Back: Six Highlights of New York’s New Cybersecurity regulations for Financial Institutions

​ The Empire (State) Strikes Back: Six Highlights of New York’s New Cybersecurity regulations for Financial Institutions By Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky             Introduction The New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS)’s finalize ...[Read more]

Published: 3/9/2017 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

Blame Hollywood: A Conversation with Stewart Baker, former General Counsel of the National Security Agency

by Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky   Editor’s Note: In the world of cyber law, privacy and cybersecurity, one of the largest and most colorful figures is Stewart Baker, whose resume includes a stint as General Counsel at the National Security Agen ...[Read more]

Published: 2/14/2017 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

Data Is The New Oil? A Discussion with Justice Barbara A. Jackson of the North Carolina Supreme Court

​Data Is The New Oil? A Discussion with Justice Barbara A. Jackson of the North Carolina Supreme Court   By Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky   Justice Barbara Jackson, the 96th Associate Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court, serves as the ...[Read more]

Published: 12/13/2016 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

Locked In Sixty Seconds: Ransomware, Remote Access, and the Brave New Internet of Things

Locked In Sixty Seconds: Ransomware, Remote Access, and the Brave New Internet of Things   By Saad Gul and Michael E. Slipsky   A few months ago, we analyzed ransomware incidents and offered some suggestions for handling an episode. Ransomware i ...[Read more]

Published: 12/8/2016 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

Why The Election Can't Be Hacked: Internet Of Things Edition

​In our consulting days, a former boss – a retired Army Colonel – enjoyed sharing his Cold War recommendation for protecting sensitive documents from the KGB: fill up a fleet of tractor-trailers with every U.S. government document, and then dump the ...[Read more]

Published: 10/24/2016 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post

Yahoo’s bad year got worse: Six Observations and Privacy Shield

By any measure, Yahoo! has had a bad year. Once the unchallenged monarch of Silicon Valley, the company was already reeling from revelations of a massive breach that compromised hundreds of millions of accounts. It has now been hit with another bomb ...[Read more]

Published: 10/5/2016 | 0  Comments | 0  Links to this post
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