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Even Small Businesses Need to Pay Attention to Data Security
Posted on 14 Jul 2015 by McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC

by Devin J. Chwastyk When people think about data breaches, corporate giants like Target, Home Depot and Michael’s spring to mind. But even small businesses holding personal information can face costly consequences if a breach occurs. In the... Read More

Sutherland Alert: Who Is Listening? The SEC Emphasizes Importance of Cybersecurity Disclosure
Posted on 14 Nov 2011 by Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP

by Cynthia Krus The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) staff recently issued guidance concerning its views on disclosure obligations related to cybersecurity risks and cyber incidents. The SEC staff issued the guidance in response to... Read More

What Are the Bad Guys Up to Now? Hacking Health-Care Records, Apparently
Posted on 19 Feb 2014 by Kevin M. LaCroix

As if it were not bad enough that hackers are attacking retail businesses like Target and Neiman Marcus to obtain consumer credit card information, it turns out that the bad guys are also targeting health-care records. According to sources cited in a... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal: Utah Cyberattacks Up 10,000-Fold
Posted on 9 Feb 2015 by State Net

A few years ago, government computer systems in Utah were sustaining 25,000 to 30,000 attempted cyber-attacks a day, which Utah Public Safety Commissioner Keith Squires thought was a lot at the time. But last week Squires told a legislative budget committee... Read More

Preparing for a Data Breach – What to Know About Breach Notification
Posted on 13 Feb 2015 by Williams Mullen

by Kelsey S. Farbotko Data breaches are at the forefront of the news, and many companies, including those dominant in the health care industry, have found themselves front and center in the headlines. Although recent news stories have focused their... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal: Utah Cyberattacks Up 10,000-Fold
Posted on 9 Feb 2015 by Doug Esten

A few years ago, government computer systems in Utah were sustaining 25,000 to 30,000 attempted cyber-attacks a day, which Utah Public Safety Commissioner Keith Squires thought was a lot at the time. But last week Squires told a legislative budget committee... Read More