Attorneys General Urge Feds Not To Preempt State Data Breach Notification Laws

On July 7, in response to Congressional efforts to pass a national law on data breach notification and data security, 47 state attorneys general […]

Minding The Crown Jewels From a Data Breach

How Can You Protect Your Company’s Assets When You Don’t Know What Data You Have, Where It Is, or Who Has Access to It? 

Over […]

Stolen Laptop Contained Patient Data, NP Privacy Partner Blog Reports

“Medical device company, DJO Global, recently notified some of its patients that an unencrypted laptop of an employee of one of its contractors was […]

Mound Cotton Attorneys on Cyber Risks to Directors & Officers

“It is up to a company’s directors and officers to ensure that resources are properly and timely allocated to assess and respond to the cyber-risks […]

ID Experts Dubs 2015 ‘The Year of Incident Response’

“A new cyber-risk handbook from the National Association of Corporate Directors states the case bluntly: “If a sophisticated attacker targets a company’s systems, they […]

Junto Blog: Mark Greisiger Interviews Microsoft’s Geff Brown

Privacy is ‘Absolutely a Human Right’
“Big Data has huge promise, and there are already so many uses for it. In the future we will […]

Experian Data Breach Resolution Releases 2015 Data Breach Industry Forecast

The end of a year brings reflection as well as a chance to pause and look to the future. To help businesses understand implications […]

LexisNexis® Corporate Counsel Advisory: Are Hackers After Your Confidential M&A Info?

“We all know that people with inside information can time their investment decisions to make millions in the stock market, then perhaps enjoy whopping […]

Cyber Note: Sony Hack was ‘Corporate Terrorism,’ Inform’s Melanie Thomas Says

Sees General Counsels as ‘Chief Crisis Managers’
“The relentless attack on Sony, in my view, is quite simply corporate terrorism complete with extortion, blackmail and infrastructure […]

New HB Data Breach Course on West LegalEdcenter!

Managing Your Message Before, After & During a Data Breach
Recorded:  November 19, 2014
Duration: 1 hour
CLE: 1 credit (check your local bar rules)


How, when and to whom you communicate […]

Medical Identity Theft: Fighting an Epidemic

McKinsey & Company observed that much post-breach damage results from an “inadequate response to a breach rather than the breach itself.” The consequences of botching […]

Congress Proposes Bill Protecting Student Data

Richard J. Bortnick of Traub Lieberman Straus & Shrewsberry

On Proposed Law to Protect  Students in the Cloud

“While the protection of private data contained within student records is not […]

Facing mobile cyber risk? Don’t expect regulations to save you.

Compromised data is free-flowing in the criminal underground, and unfortunately, no amount of regulation can completely address that problem. So organizations are left to […]

Spy vs. Spy vs. Spy: Internet Giants Trying to Block Government Intelligence Agencies, New York Times Reports

Reporters David E. Sanger and Nicole Perlroth write that “Internet companies like Google and Facebook are working to keep governments and especially their spy […]

Organizations Must Do More Than Comply With Cyber Regulations

A recent white paper from the cyber security team at Kroll  says organizations cannot focus on regulatory requirements alone in shaping their security programs. […]

AllClear ID, Kivu Consulting Presenting to Silicon Valley RIMS May 22!

You also can hear and meet AllClear ID’s Bo Holland and Kivu Consulting’s Winston Krone at next month’s NetDiligence Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability […]

Legal Teams Face Mounting Cyber Attacks

And Tradition Protections Are Not Enough
Alvarez & Marsal Managing Director Tom Kellermann recently wrote that the increasing frequency and severity in cyber attacks against […]

Just Updated: BakerHostetler’s State-by-State Cyber Security Survey

A Nationwide Review of  Data Privacy Regulation
The Privacy & Data Protection Team at BakerHostetler has just posted its latest survey on state regulations governing […]

How to Mitigate the Existential Data Breach Risk!

HB is proud to announce another excellent webinar with highly qualified speakers, created in collaboration with LexisNexis. Click the banner to learn more and […]

After a Breach, Attorneys General Expect . . .

. . . Encryption, Response & a Good Attitude 
By Tom Hagy

Here is who you don’t want to be. You don’t want to be the […]

NetDiligence Claims Study Featured by CRN

The True Cost of Breaches to Insurers
NetDiligence President Mark Greisiger is quoted in a Jan. 17, 2014 post at that for 145  data […]

Mandiant’s Summers: Companies Mostly Ill-Prepared for Inevitable State-Sponsored Cyber Attacks

Coverage of the Keynote Address from the NetDiligence Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, October 2013
By Tom Hagy, Managing Director, HB

MARINA DEL REY, Calif. […]

The Surveillance State

Preparing Your Company If Consumers Demand Stronger Privacy Protection
By David F. Katz, Esq.
Mr. Katz is a partner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough’s Atlanta […]

Medivo and Shook Hardy Attorneys on Data Breach & Privacy Litigation

Online CLE: Mullen Interviews Greisiger on Cyber Risks

John Mullen is considered one of the leading attorneys on avoiding the risk and mitigating the damage from data breaches.  Mark Greisiger is the […]