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Cybersecurity Law – How Should Your Firm Respond To Renewed Emphasis on Cybersecurity?

Aaron Nicodemus* If your firm does business with the U.S. government—through a contract or receiving grant funds—your cybersecurity defenses had better be up to snuff. Recent pronouncements from the Department of Justice (DOJ) and White …

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15 Ways Your Firm - or Business - Can Avoid Exposure To Cyber Crime 1

15 Ways Your Firm – or Business – Can Avoid Exposure To Cyber Crime

Most cyber experts acknowledge that virtually every domestic enterprise will experience one or more cyber-attacks in the coming years – the appropriate question is when the attack(s) will occur, not whether it will happen  Business Exposure to Internet Crime …

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Alston & Bird: US Disrupt Different Malware Strains With Global Co-Operation 2

Alston & Bird: US Disrupt Different Malware Strains With Global Co-Operation

On January 27 and 28, 2021, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced two successful operations to disrupt two different strains of malware, Netwalker ransomware and a banking Trojan known as Emotet, which have affected victims around the globe …

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Yury Mosha – Russian Immigrant Gaining Congress Attention for Section 230

  How One Man is Making a Change   Don Hagan – In the news, there has been a lot of attention towards technology, and one specific focus has been Section 230 of the Communications …

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Ransomware: More than your data is at risk warns latest US Treasury Advisories 4

Ransomware: More than your data is at risk warns latest US Treasury Advisories

Clifford Chance – The US Department of Treasury recently issued advisories aimed at financial institutions and corporates being extorted to make or process payments relating to ransomware attacks. The advisories are a reminder to consider …

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How COVID-19 Has Created An Advantage for Hackers & Other Bad Actors With Ransomware Attacks 5

How COVID-19 Has Created An Advantage for Hackers & Other Bad Actors With Ransomware Attacks

Patterson Belknap – As we previously described and as reflected in the rapidly increasing number of cyber-attacks since its start, the COVID-19 pandemic has triggered a shift in working practices that hackers and other bad actors are using to …

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Nine Things You Need to Know About the Trump Administration Sanctions Against TikTok and WeChat 6

Nine Things You Need to Know About the Trump Administration Sanctions Against TikTok and WeChat

By Scott Flicker, Behnam Dayanim, Haiyan Tang,Quinn Dang,Derek Turnbull & Talya Hutchison On Thursday, August 6, 2020, the Trump Administration took long-rumored action against the popular social media apps, TikTok and WeChat, in the forms of two executive orders. The orders …

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Clifford Chance – BUSTING BITCOIN’S ANONYMITY – THE IMPLICATIONS FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

Power Law Briefing – A deliberate design feature of Bitcoin is that it enables users to buy or sell anything without revealing their identity. Yet, paradoxically, all Bitcoin transactions are stored publicly and permanently on …

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