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On May 25, 2018, General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 went into effect in the EU. Better known as the GDPR, EUGDPR.org calls it the “most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years.” Unlike a number of previous data privacy regimes, the GDPR came with a sharp set of teeth, calling for a fine of up to €20 million or 4% of the previous year’s global turnover, whichever is greater. Companies were now on notice that they had to be extremely careful in how they responded to a data breach or face the consequences.
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By Mark Sangster
Criminals have long taken advantage of unrest and instability, knowing that people’s attention will be diverted and their defenses down during uncertain times. This leaves ample space for the less altruistic among us to move in and manipulate a situation to their benefit.
By Michel Sahyoun
Ransomware has come a long way since the 1989 “AIDS Trojan.” In 2019 ransomware demands topped $12M. Succinctly put: “Ransom demands grew larger. Tactics became more cutthroat.”
By Dean Gonsowski
Data “in transit,” or in motion, is data that is moving from one location to other, such as from device to device or through a private network. Data “at rest” is data that is not actively moving from place to place, such as archived data. Protecting data in motion and at rest is crucial for data-driven enterprises as hackers continue to come up with new ways to attack.
By Ari Kaplan
The pandemic has forced law firms to reevaluate their expenses, refine their budgets, and review their overall operations to adapt to an environment of perpetual uncertainty. To understand their approach, options, and considerations, LSQ engaged Ari Kaplan Advisors to benchmark a range of metrics and perspectives from leaders at an array of organizations