Tag Archives: data breaches

The Enemy Within: Why Employees Top the List of Security Risks Each Year (and what you can do to make sure yours don’t)

Every year, the culprit that tops the list of information security risk is the same one from the previous year, and the year before that: your employees. Sure, hackers and technical failures get a lot of attention, but time and again it is the low-tech failures of employees that lead to security incidents and data breaches. To be clear, it is rarely the disgruntled employee, but more often the apathetic or unaware employee that clicks the phishing link or lets … Read More

Upcoming Seminar: Cybersecurity for Defense Contractors and Manufacturers

Join Taft attorneys Barbara Duncombe and Bill Wagner for a complimentary seminar on the DoD cybersecurity regulations on Oct. 18 at Taft’s Indianapolis office. They will participate in an informal, interactive discussion with Richard Banta and Alex Carroll from Lifeline Data Centers and Josh Griswold and Joe Turek from Chubb concerning recent developments (including cyber breaches), evolving standards of compliance and practical, effective risk mitigation strategies. Click here to register.

Topics will include:

  • Final preparations to ensure compliance with DoD’s
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Cyber Insurance: Why Can’t I Just Rely on My Agent for the Best Policy at the Lowest Cost?

*This is the second post in a five-part series on cyber insurance, culminating in a webinar titled “Insurance Coverage for Privacy and Data Breaches, Hot Topics and Critical Issues” on Wednesday, April 22, 2015, at 12:00-1:00 p.m. Eastern.  

When we talk with CEOs and CFOs about buying cyber insurance, we often hear them say, “I’ll just rely on my agent for the best policy at the lowest cost.” While you may have a fantastic and very knowledgeable agent, … Read More

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