Cybersecurity

NY financial regulator ramping up cybersecurity enforcement

A top New York Department of Financial Services official has portended numerous enforcement actions stemming from the nascent Cybersecurity Regulations, saying that such matters now make up roughly 20% of his department’s caseload.

17 June 2021

Trade secrets at risk from cyber incidents

The risk of employee leaks, cyberattacks, and competitor theft has grown, underlining the importance of robust corporate trade secrets policies.

17 June 2021

US judge denies bid to put clamps on Clearview AI

The presence of two previously undisclosed offshore subsidiaries is not a sufficient reason to restrict facial recognition company Clearview AI from carrying out business in Illinois, a US federal district judge has ruled.

15 June 2021

Unpacking a year of covid implications

FTI Consulting technology segment experts outline the data challenges companies faced during the coronavirus outbreak, and how they will continue to navigate them in the months and years to come.

11 June 2021

Biden abandons Trump anti-TikTok campaign

The Biden administration will no longer pursue the Trump-era restrictions on TikTok, WeChat and other Chinese apps.

10 June 2021

The saga of LabMD

The US judicial system has found that cancer research company LabMD was the victim of foul play by the federal government when law enforcers went after the company for alleged cybersecurity violations – but owner Michael Dougherty says he’s still struggling for justice in a matter that has spanned over 13 years.

09 June 2021

Cyber insurers struggle to measure risk as attacks increase

Cyber insurance providers are struggling to measure risk amidst skyrocketing demand for their services, according to a recent report from the US federal government.

25 May 2021

German supreme court to consider reversing GDPR burden of proof

Germany’s Federal Court of Justice will decide what claimants need to prove in order to obtain GDPR damages – in a case that could affect damages claims in Germany and, potentially, the whole of Europe.

24 May 2021

Biden cybersecurity order “late” but addresses common concerns

A Biden administration executive order aims to remove restrictions that prevented public- and private-sector entities from sharing information with each other in the wake of the SolarWinds hack.

17 May 2021

Australian regulator given extra cash for Consumer Data Right

Australia’s data protection authority has been given a cash injection to help with the rollout of the country’s ambitious open data scheme.

14 May 2021

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