Black Duck Software has posted a complimentary on-demand webinar discussing ways organizations can outsource to meet their development needs and also address open source security and management risks before giving contractors access to their valuable technologies.
Event, May 2-3, 2017, San Francisco
Keller and Heckman will produce a new seminar, “The Connected Product Intensive: A Framework for Regulatory Compliance and Risk Management,” May 2-3, 2017 in San Francisco, CA.
The risks associated with sharing data with a service provider are best managed through the utilization of contract provisions governing information security, writes Armand J. (A.J.) Zottola in Venable LLP’s Digital Rights Review.
Event, Jan. 12, 2017, 1 p.m. EST
Many state and local governments still don’t believe that data breaches and other cyber events can happen to them, while others simply don’t know what to do.
The total cost to global organizations from phishing is $9.1 billion, according to a report by RSA.
Event, Dec. 13, 2 p.m. EST
Intended to improve the process of buying insurance for consumers, there have been recent updates to laws that allow insurance companies to post policies, forms, and endorsements on a website rather than printing these documents on paper.
Information security expert Edward H. Block has joined Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP as a senior attorney in its Austin office.
The companies said this alliance affords institutions expertise and resources from a holistic, multi-pronged approach to cybersecurity risk assessment and due diligence that combines legal counsel, technical assessments and legal managed services to help meet a variety of internal, external and regulatory standards.
In an article posted on Mayer Brown’s website, authors Rebecca S. Eisner, Lei Shen and Lindsay T. Brown discuss five privacy- and security-related questions that a general counsel should ask regarding company data in the hands of third-party suppliers and other business partners.
Data stored in the cloud faces many of the same threats as locally-stored data and, due to the growing amount of information in the cloud, it can be an attractive target for hackers, write Sidley Austin lawyers Scott Nonaka and Kevin Rubino for Bloomberg Law.
Event, Oct. 26, 11 a.m. PST
SecureDocs will present a complimentary webinar designed for professionals who are interested in understanding, identifying, and mitigating potential data breach disasters before they occur.
The FBI says ransomware attacks cost their victims a total of $209 million in the first three months of 2016, up from $24 million in all of 2015. And the real number could be much higher if unreported attacks are considered, reports The Atlantic.
Companies can be at risk and liable when dealing with vendors who have direct access to sort, store or transmit their data, a Dallas lawyer told the Dallas Business Journal.