The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) came out with findings from a study that indicated that many people are experiencing what they refer to as a new "phenomenon" …Security Fatigue. Let’s begin 2019 with a new mantra: Live informed! Not in Fear!
Are you familiar with the "broad reach exception" of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)? The CBP operates under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which has given the CBP an exception from the rule requiring probable cause or a warrant before engaging in searches or seizure at international borders and international airports. Find out why you should care.
In the age of Panama Papers, WikiLeaks and near-daily news stories of data breaches and hacks, law firms understand they must take measures to ensure information security is a priority. From technological safeguards to employee education programs, most law firms have implemented information security strategies to help protect their firm and client data from outside threats. However, there is another challenge looming on the horizon: data privacy.
As the number and complexity of security audits continue to expand, law firms must pay more attention than ever to the risks posed by their vendors. In an increasingly outsourced world, law firms have to ensure their vendor partners closely guard the private and confidential information entrusted to them.