Category: Privacy

Bring Your Own Device Doesn’t Mean Bring in Security Breach

Bring-Your-Own-Device (“BYOD”) policies have been picking up steam because of increased productivity, improved communications, and the need for employees to work remotely. However, when implementing any BYOD policy there are many pitfalls that…By: Foley & Lardner LLP Related Articles: FTC…

Consumer Privacy Legislation? All Sides Weigh In But Remain Far Apart in the Big Debate Over Big Data

Recent comments filed by various stakeholders in response to the U.S. Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s (NTIA) Request for Public Comment (RFC) on “Big Data and Consumer Privacy in the Internet…By: Davis Wright Tremaine LLP Related Articles: The…

Post on Personal Facebook Page May Violate the ADA

A recent federal court decision underscores the importance of ADA compliance and medical confidentiality. In this case, an employer could end up being liable because an employee posted confidential medical information on her personal Facebook…By: WeComply, a Thomson Reuters business…

Privacy and Data Security for Your Nonprofit?: Understanding Your Legal Obligations and Insuring against Risk

In this presentation: – The Cyber Threat Landscape – Top 4 Risks to Nonprofits – Risks Are Getting Riskier… – Part 1: Top 4 Industry Trends – Part 2: Top 4 Legal Developments – Ten Steps to Mitigating Privacy and…

[Video] Why Cyber Security?

• Electronic data and credit card information can be compromised due to malware, phishing, spear phishing, data loss and data theft • The risk of cyber liability is real for ALL enterprises whether large or small • When…By: Buchalter Nemer…