Cybersecurity

Some Proactive Measures to Improve Cybersecurity Preparedness

The impact of ongoing ransomware events in the healthcare and broader business communities compel us both professionally and personally to self-reflect and to ask tough questions like “how ready are we?” “can we really do anything to prevent it from

What We Have Learned About Remote Workforce Safeguards During COVID-19

Data Security Considerations as the Coronavirus Spreads

As many of us know, there has been a recent expanded awareness of the Coronavirus here in the United States since the virus first impacted China in late 2019.

Medical Devices: Narrowing the Information Security Threat Surface

Recent Lawsuit Provides Insight on Intersection of AI Use and Healthcare Data

Yesterday California Attorney General Published Proposed Regulations As States Privacy Law CCPA Effective Date Rapidly Approaches

New Website Accessibility Decision from Supreme Court Impacts Retailers and Web/Mobile Accessibility Claims

What Does PrivacyCon Say About the FTC’s Data Privacy and Security Enforcement?

On June 27, 2019 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) hosted its fourth annual privacy conference PrivacyCon. Tasked with protecting consumers against privacy and security violations, at PrivacyCon

Drones, Growth & Data

The Federal Aviation Administration forecasts rapid growth in the commercial drone industry with drone registrations expected to exceed 800k by 2023. Read below why operators, especially in commercial applications, must be aware of drone flying laws.

Biometric Law Compliance: What do State Biometric Laws Require of Businesses?

An increasing number of companies are implementing biometric identifiers across a wide variety of industries. While biometrics streamline the identification process privacy concerns may arise and several states have passed or proposed biometric laws.

Vendor Contracts and Legal Requirements Regarding Pen Testing and Vulnerability Assessments

Let’s examine a few questions you should ask before signing up for a pen test or vulnerability assessment:

Reminder - March 1, 2019 Deadline for Third-Party Vendor Policies

Once again, March 1st nears. And with it comes a cybersecurity compliance milestone for those entities operating under New York’s insurance, finance and banking laws. Let’s breakdown what this means...

Next Compliance Milestone Approaches Under the NYS DFS Cybersecurity Regulation

The New York State Department of Financial Services issued a Cybersecurity Regulation that carried with it several compliance milestones applicable to “Covered Entities” under the Regulation.

The Importance of an Incident Response Plan

Headlines confirm data breaches continue to be a threat to companies regardless of size. From reputational harm, disruption to your daily business, to significant monetary penalties and litigation, potential effects of a data breach are important.

Preparing for New York’s New Sexual Harassment Laws

In the wake of the #MeToo movement and widespread attention on sexual harassment in the workplace, on April 12 Governor Cuomo passed into law the 2019 Budget, which included a package of laws aimed at combating sexual harassment.

Privacy Statements and Terms of Use - Low Cost Updates Can Provide High Impact Results

If you have not noticed, most websites have Terms of Use and Privacy Statements. What is the difference between them, what do they mean, and why are they important?

Changing Times Means Revising Employee Handbooks

Handbooks are a document that must be updated regularly (ideally annually) to ensure compliance with evolving federal, state and local laws as well as fast-moving changes to technology.

Evolving Privacy Paradigms

While the specifics vary, the international trend in adopting a comprehensive privacy law to govern all sectors, industries and emerging technologies remains.