DOJ Cybersecurity Best Practices

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
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speedAll companies have employee, proprietary, financial and other sensitive data that require protection. Human error is still one of the most common causes of a data breach and that is very difficult, if not impossible, to completely eradicate.  Moreover, with the recent release of the Yates Memorandum from the Department of Justice (“DOJ”), the DOJ is emphasizing best practices when dealing with individuals in connection with corporate wrongdoing.  To quote my colleague, Jackie Bennett, “…now is the time to
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The Department of Justice Cybersecurity Unit recently issued its “best practices” for cybersecurity incidents, while the SEC recently circulated a cybersecurity “guidance update.”  These publications recommend that companies institute certain policies and procedures for cybersecurity based on each agency’s experience in the area.

The agencies’ suggestions are good ones.  More importantly, like NIST’s Cybersecurity Framework, such recommendations may become de facto standards that regulators, courts, and juries look to when they assess whether your company’s
Continue Reading Regulatory Update: DOJ and SEC Issue Privacy and Cybersecurity Recommendations