In this episode of The Data Report, Litigation attorney Jay Ward discusses two other big players in the international data security scene, Russia and China. Jay begins by discussing Russia's data localization law that requires businesses to house data on Russian citizens in Russia. He also examines China's Cybersecurity Law and touches on how companies doing business with and in these two countries can remain compliant.
In this episode of The Data Report, Litigation attorney Jay Ward discusses compliance with the GDPR requirements. Jay examines "Privacy Shield," the agreement between the U.S. and the EU, which allows for the transfer of personal data from the EU to the U.S. He discusses what it protects, who should participate, and what could happen if it's overturned by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU).
In this episode of The Data Report, Litigation attorney Jay Ward expands his discussion on the GDPR, examining what it means for American companies and how thoughtful steps can be taken when analyzing how to prepare for compliance. Jay discusses the stringent requirements of the GDPR, how they differ from U.S. law, and best practices for avoiding regulatory action because of its global reach.
In this episode, Litigation attorney Jay Ward introduces module five, a four-part series on international law. Jay explores the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), definining what it is, how it applies, why it's important, and considerations for how it can impact your business in the U.S.
In this episode of The Data Report, Litigation attorney Jay Ward highlights the importance of setting a strong narrative in the wake of a data breach. Demonstrating internally and externally that there is an understanding of the gravity of the situation and steps are being taken to resolve it not only preserves the confidence and trust of clients, but can also help guard against regulatory enforcement actions. Jay cites successes and failures from past hacking scandals including Wyndham...
Litigation attorney Jay Ward studies Equifax's conduct in the aftermath of the data breach in this episode of The Data Report. Jay discusses the company's missteps, including accidentally directing customers to a fake phishing site, and uses examples to highlight the importance of creating an information management protocol before a breach happens.
Litigation attorney Jay Ward explores the massive Equifax data breach which has affected as many as 143 million Americans in this special edition of The Data Report. Jay summarizes what happened, explains the ramifications Equifax could face from the Federal Trade Commission and from private lawsuits, and discusses the lessons to be learned from the breach.
Once a data breach is discovered there is a limited amount of time to begin assessing, addressing, and eliminating the problem. In this episode of The Data Report, Litigation attorney Jay Ward discusses the steps that should be taken in the first 24-48 hours after a breach is uncovered to protect yourself, your clients, and to mitigate the risks of a lawsuits or regulatory enforcement actions.
Litigation attorney Jay Ward discusses how hackers use malicious tools to gain access to your systems in this episode of The Data Report. He explores the differences between phishing and spoofing and highlights how human error is to blame for most data breaches.
The fourth module of The Data Report discusses the nature of data breaches, who might be responsible, what typically happens, what should happen, and what you can do to prepare for a breach. Litigation attorney Jay Ward begins this episode by discussing the types of malicious tools hackers use and the possible motivations behind each.
Attacks against small businesses have dramatically risen over the last few years. Litigation attorney Jay Ward discusses why small businesses should be concerned in a new episode of The Data Report. Topics of discussion include types of risks to look out for and how information should be protected.
This episode of The Data Report highlights strategies for protecting a small business's assets along every stage of its growth. Litigation attorney Jay Ward discusses the importance of recognizing who your client is, what value your company holds, and where you see your company in the future.
Litigation attorney Jay Ward discusses issues posed by non-computer based information management in this episode of The Data Report. The importance of thinking outside the box and not becoming blind to data security risks outside of the digital sphere are highlighted.
This episode of The Data Report explores how to look for and recognize the indicators that can warn you something is amiss with your data security. Litigation attorney Jay Ward discusses the importance of understanding these red flags and acting on them appropriately to mitigate the risk of a breach or an enforcement action.
Litigation attorney Jay Ward explores the pitfalls of reacting only to current stimuli, such as a hack, versus creating an integrated long-term approach to data security. He relays the importance of creating data security protocols that protect all aspects of a company's information and following through by reviewing and updating these measures often.
In this episode of The Data Report, Litigation attorney Jay Ward discusses the importance of implementing a robust password protocol. A complex password has a powerful effect on how secure your data is, helping to deter any brute force attacks and guarding you from an enforcement action should regulators investigate your security procedures.
In this special edition of The Data Report, Litigation attorney Jay Ward discusses insurance company Anthem's recent $155 million settlement over the massive breach it suffered in 2015. The settlement marks the single largest payout related to data security in history. Jay explores the case in detail and provides the key takeaways.
The Federal Trade Commission publishes reports of enforcement actions brought against companies over data security faults. Litigation attorney Jay Ward begins this second module by discussing what can be learned from these cases: namely that controlling the inflow, retention, and access of information from the start of a client relationship is paramount.
While companies will never be invincible, there are steps that can be taken to limit the opportunity for malicious outsiders to gain access to sensitive information. In this episode, Litigation attorney Jay Ward discusses the most common types of data breaches that occur and explores the actions companies can take to help protect themselves from an attack.
Data security isn’t only about technology or privacy; it’s also about consumer law. Litigation attorney Jay Ward discusses the growing number of companies facing enforcement actions over failing to safeguard their customers' information and stresses the importance of creating an information management protocol to mitigate the risks of a breach.