CSG/LIFARS webinar_Cybersecurity and Data Protection Best Practices Amid COVID-19

CSG’s Michelle A. Schaap will join Ondrej Krehel, CEO and Founder of LIFARS, LLC, and Roota Almeida, CISO with Delta Dental of New Jersey and Connecticut, on Wednesday, July 29, from 3:00 – 3:45 PM EDT for a virtual discussion around strategy and best practices in the face of the current escalated legal and cyber

The FBI issued an alert warning of an attack targeting e-commerce websites.  The bad actors are embedding code directly into the e-commerce site to then skim account information.

The notice, found here, provides the details of this attack.

As always, the best defense against this and other cyberattacks is to have layers of defenses

The “kill chain” is a phrase that refers to the FBI’s ability to interrupt or kill the miswiring and loss of funds.

This is an extremely powerful resource given that cyber criminals have been targeting entities that use Microsoft Office 365 and Google G Suite to perpetuate business email compromise (BEC) scams.  The “phish kits”

Cybersecurity and data privacy remain at the top of the corporate agenda, and it is critical that executives stay ahead of the curve with the latest best practices in order to effectively respond when – not if – an data incident occurs.

To that end, I am pleased to offer a Lorman Education Service’s webinar,

One of the most common misconceptions surrounding cybersecurity and data protection measures is that they are too expensive to deploy and maintain – so much so that they become prohibitive for small and middle market businesses. Another one I hear often is that the implementation process can seem daunting for business owners who may be

Cybersecurity is a hot button for all businesses these days. However, in the flurry of new privacy regulations and the focus on protection of consumer data, many businesses are not paying enough attention to how they could – and should – be using cybersecurity protocols to protect valuable trade secrets.

Trade secret protections apply broadly

I am sure you have read about the latest breach this time, hitting Facebook.  Facebook confirmed that the access codes for 50 million accounts were compromised.  Facebook is still investigating the impact of the breach, and has not yet reported whether any personal information was gathered or misused from those accounts.

For those of

I recently had a death in the family. One of the things we addressed while making arrangements was to freeze the credit of my stepfather. I would like to say, as a cyber attorney, that this was my idea, but I confess in mourning the loss of a wonderful man, I was thinking like a