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Sep 03

In the Wake of Wyndham’s Alleged Mistakes, Businesses Should Review Cybersecurity Policies

This post was co-authored by Michael B. Hayes, a partner in Montgomery McCracken’s Litigation Department.  He serves an editor of the firm’s Data Privacy Alert blog, which focuses on data privacy and cybersecurity issues. Michael can be reached at 215.772.7211 or at mhayes@mmwr.com. The old… Read More

Jul 08

Glass Houses: Comparing the FTC’s data security “guidance” against the OPM’s reported data security failures

On June 30th, the Federal Trade Commission issued data security “guidance” for business as part of its “Start with Security” initiative. According to the FTC, its new guidance is drawn from “lessons learned from the more than 50 law enforcement actions the FTC has announced… Read More

Jun 15

Join Us for “Cybersecurity: A Mid-Year Legal Review” Webinar

Cybersecurity is a top concern for GCs across industries. According to some estimates, as more corporate infrastructure moves online, the impact of data breaches will cost $2.1 trillion globally by 2019, almost four times the estimated cost of breaches in 2015.We invite you to join our… Read More

Mar 20

When Does a Hack Become a Compensable Harm in Federal Court?

No business wants to be the victim of a data breach, but to hear former Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell tell it, every major corporation in America already has (whether they realize it or not). The discovery of a potential breach should set off… Read More

Oct 20

Of Dropbox and Data Breaches: Highlighting the need for increased cyber-security at home and in the workplace

Reports of massive data breaches at trusted American retail businesses, banks, credit card companies and even governmental agencies have unfortunately become routine. So much so, in fact, that many of us have become desensitized to the serious personal privacy, identity protection and financial risks involved.… Read More