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The Lares Institute is frequently featured for it’s research efforts regarding privacy and information governance, including regarding social media, mobile and location based services, and the demographics of privacy.
CyberSide Chat Number 8–15 Questions to Ask About Cyber
This CyberSide chat discusses 15 questions your company can ask about cybersecurity–specifically questions that could help you prepare for an incident. The questions are focused on key issues and the point is not to have answers to all of the questions, but rather identify who the key decision-makers are for those questions.
CyberSide Chat Number 7–Weekly Update for 3/20-3/27/2017
This CyberSide Chat provides an update on the NYAG’s recent enforcement in the health app space, the NYAG’s report on breaches, as well as follow-on enforcement with the FTC in the Upromise matter.
CyberSide Chat Number 6–Breach Laws
2017 is starting out to be a year with many potential updates to security breach laws. Virginia recently amended its law, and New Mexico is poised to become the next state to add a breach law. This CyberSide Chat discusses both developments and gives you insight into how the changes could impact you.
CyberSide Chat Number 5–Emerging Cyber Issues
Cybersecurity continues to be a top-of-mind issue for many companies and this CyberSide Chat examines the issues companies are facing, who the attackers are, what the threat vectors are, what the likely targets of attacks are for most companies, and what companies can do pre- and post-incident to try and protect themselves, including a discussion of information sharing.
The FTC v. Wyndham Reexamined—A True Test of the Contours of Unfairness
Many articles have been written recently about the Third Circuit’s recent ruling in the FTC v. Wyndham, — F.3d — 2015 WL 4998121 (3d Cir. 2015) which, while trumpeting the case’s importance, do not address some of the more interesting aspects of the opinion. This decision, while notable at some level, sets the stage for the more important issues that the court did not decide, but which will have to be decided as the case is litigated. As a result, it …