Tag Archives: Data Protection

GDPR: Why U.S. Companies Should Care

This is part one of a multi-part look into the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and why U.S. companies need to concern themselves with an EU law, the difference from U.S. regulations and the different mechanisms available to comply. We will conclude this series with a webinar on Jan. 17,  2018 that will review the series and provide further insights and comments on any updates that may have occurred since the beginning of the series.

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St. Louis Cardinals Hacking Scandal: A Real-World Example of the Importance of Password Management

The saga surrounding the St. Louis Cardinals hacking scandal concluded with the issuance of a final punishment from MLB. The scandal stemmed from the actions of the former Cardinals scouting director Chris Correa, after he illegally accessed the e-mail accounts of members of the Houston Astros front office as well as their scouting database. The Cardinals were ordered to forfeit their top two selections in the upcoming 2017 amateur draft to the Astros and pay them two million dollars within … Read More

Real-Life Attacks On Business & What You Can Do To Deter A Cybercriminal – Event September 7

To effectively guard against an enemy of any kind it’s important to know your enemy. This strategy is just as effective when fighting an online battle to protect your company’s data.

Before you can effectively defend against cyberattacks, it is important to educate yourself on potential threats and how to handle them. We invite you to join us on September 7 for part two of the Columbus Cybersecurity Series featuring FBI agent David Fine returns. During this portion of the … Read More

New EU Cybersecurity Regulations On The Way: Things To Know Now

EuroParlSince the first draft comprehensive regulation to govern cybersecurity in the European Union (“EU”) was issued by the European Commission in January 2012 (click here), the European Commission, the European Council, and the European Parliament have been working together to update and supersede the existing EU Directive (95/46/EC) in order to bring it up to date and in line with recent sweeping advances in technology and technological globalization.  (EU Privacy Regulations:  Who Will Own Your Data Now?Read More

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