Colorado became the third state in the U.S. to adopt its own set of comprehensive privacy laws, known as the Colorado Privacy Act aimed at protecting the use and sale of its residents’ personal and sensitive data. This blog post provides a high level summary and key takeaways regarding the new regulations.
The New York Department of Financial Services (“NYDFS”) recently entered into a consent order with two life insurance companies as a result of alleged violations of New York’s Cybersecurity Regulation.
As of Wednesday, June 30, all major carriers and voice providers are now required to implement the STIR/SHAKEN protocols.
Even after SCOTUS’ ruling in Facebook, Inc. v. Duguid, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) retains many robust consumer protections. We discuss tips for businesses to connect with consumers while avoiding exposure.
Returning to an in-person work environment can present challenges that suddenly seem as novel as complying with a new 2021 law. So as business come back to fuller in-person operation after COVID-19, we are reminding those with bricks-and-mortar operations to make sure that they re-engage with the in-person elements of their data breach protection policies.
With the increase in ransomware and cyberattacks, companies should remember it is not only important to protect data and communications, but also physical property. Property owners need to be vigilant and continually assess and upgrade their smart building management systems to safeguard against a potential cyberattack
A ransomware attack on Brazil-based JBS, the world’s largest meat processor, forced the shutdown of nine beef plants in the U.S. earlier in the week and also affected production at poultry and pork plants. As ransomware attacks continue to surge throughout the world, it is important for companies to take steps to harden their network defenses and to develop disaster recovery plan.
Colonial Pipeline paid nearly $5 million to cybercriminals to recover stolen data and facilitate the reopening of its vital oil pipeline. In response to the Colonial Pipeline cyber-attack, President Biden signed an executive order addressing cybersecurity.