The Emerging Threat of Hacking-as-a-Service

Organized cyber crime gangs siphon about 400 million a year from U.S. businesses, according to a McAfee Institute study. But new, inexpensive and easy-to-use […]

Major Cyber Breaches: Depicted With Colorful Interactive Bubbles!

“Information is Beautiful”
Below is a slide presented at our 2015 Reinsurance Roundtable in New York last week. The cyber session was moderated by Michael […]

BakerHostetler Issues 2015 Data Security Incident Response Report

Details trends, risks and opportunities that companies must confront

What kind of data breach incidents should you prepare for? How should you prepare? BakerHostetler’s Privacy […]

FTC Has Authority to Pursue Companies for Failing to Protect Consumer Data, Third Circuit Holds

In a much-anticipated precedential opinion, the Third Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on Aug. 24 held that the Federal Trade Commission can enforce the […]

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 […]

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 […]

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)

THE SPEAKERS

How, when and to whom you communicate […]

Trend Micro’s Kellermann on eBay Hack

Passwords Don’t Pass Muster
Today’s Philadelphia Inquirer, in an article by staff writer John Timpane, wrote that 233 million people suddenly are asking themselves, “Can […]

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 […]

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 CRN.com 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 […]

Global Law Enforcement Agencies Stop Cyber Frauds’ 45M ATM Bonanza

The Associated Press (AP) in London quoted an investigator with Europol's European Crime Center in The Hague who said they are seeing "an unprecedented number of cyberscams that include phishing for financial data, viruses, credit card fraud and others."

Vermont Assistant AG to Speak on Regulatory Session at Cyber Risk Forum

HB Litigation Conferences and NetDiligence® are pleased to announce Ryan Kriger, an Assistant Attorney General in the Vermont Office of the Attorney General, has […]

Businesses Nationwide Continue to Grapple With Burdensome Massachusetts Data Privacy Laws

Massachusetts data privacy regulations are among the most burdensome in the country. The regulations apply to every “person” or entity, including businesses both inside […]

Aon’s Kannry on Network Security and Privacy

Scott Kannry of Aon Professional Risk Solutions addresses the main concerns that risk managers have regarding network security and privacy. Kannry spoke during the […]

Kobus Discusses Data Security Maintenance and Collection Policies

Ted Kobus, National Co-Leader of the Privacy, Security and Social Media Team at Baker Hostetler, discusses the importance of sound data security, maintenance and […]

Nelson Levine’s Mullen on Post-Breach Trends

What trends are occurring in the crucial time period immediately following a data breach? John F. Mullen of Nelson Levine de Luca & Horst […]

Data Security and Cyber Liability Update

A Complimentary Webinar Presented by LexisNexis®

In today’s technology-driven world, data breaches, cyber fraud, identity theft and a host of related problems, have become an […]

Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum Set for October, HB and NetDiligence Announce

CYBER RISK & PRIVACY LIABILITY FORUM SET FOR OCTOBER, HB AND NETDILIGENCE ANNOUNCE

LOS ANGELES – August 15, 2011— The chairing panel of the NetDiligence® […]

ACE’s Merrill on Cyber Risk: Part 2

The Nuances & Industry Sectors
Toby Merrill, Vice President, Privacy, Technology & Media Risk, ACE Professional Liability, came to the HB offices in Berwyn, Pa., […]

Marsh’s Parisi on Cyber Risk: Part 3

Transferring the Risk
Robert A. Parisi Jr. is Senior Vice President of FINPRO at Marsh USA Inc. I caught up with him at the company’s offices in Manhattan […]