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Don’t Be Held Hostage by Ransomware

Chair of Goldberg Segalla’s Cyber Risk Practice Group, John J. Jablonski, Esq., offers insights on avoiding a ransomeware attack in a recent blog post for the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants, accessible here. John will also be sharing his insights on cybersecurity at the PICPA Data Privacy and Security for Professional Service Organizations program in Philadelphia on May 24.…

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At FTC’s ransomware workshop, FBI says: Don’t pay

IAPP New Logo 1209 FINAL The first in its fall technology series, the FTC held a public workshop [September 7, 2016] on ransomware. According to experts on hand for the event, ransomware is the most profitable malware type in history. FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez said not only is it prevalent and dangerous, there are challenges associated with thwarting it, including its rapid proliferation, the many vectors of attack and the vast array of harms. It’s an issue of interest to the FTC in its pursuit to protect consumers, but also …

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“Anatomy of a Data Breach”

Blog contributor James M. Paulino II recently co-authored an article in DRI’s For the Defense. The article, “Anatomy of a Data Breach,” takes a look at fundamental concepts on both the technical and legal sides of the issue of cybersecurity to help companies and their counsel face the growing threat of data breaches head-on. “As the stage is set for the first major debate over federal legislation, two basic issues emerge for attorneys and clients alike. First and foremost, what exactly is a data…

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