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Data Privacy Monitor
When Obscurity Is Not a Defense
February 22, 2018
Many organizations facing a data-security incident struggle to understand how or why their organization was targeted in an attack. Most simply believe they are too small or too obscure to be targeted by malicious cyber actors. Even larger...
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Data Privacy Monitor
Recent OCR Newsletter Highlights Growing Cyber Extortion Threat for Healthcare Organizations
February 19, 2018
The OCR’s January 2018 newsletter details specific types of cyber extortion that healthcare organizations are currently encountering, including ransomware, denial of service attacks, distributed denial of service attacks and theft of...
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Discovery Advocate
E-Discovery and Cryptocurrencies – What you need to know
By Nkosi D. Shields, Ryan A. Walton
February 8, 2018
Does bitcoin keep appearing in your news feed? As cryptocurrencies become adopted and accepted by mainstream vendors and consumers, it’s a good idea for attorneys to think about the potential litigation and eDiscovery challenges ahead...
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Data Privacy Monitor
Looking Back: The Federal Trade Commission Issues Annual Data Privacy Report for 2017
February 6, 2018
On Jan. 18, 2018, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) published its Annual Privacy and Data Security Update. The update is helpful to businesses in that it recaps the efforts and areas of involvement the FTC has targeted in the past year as...
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Discovery Advocate
Perfection Not Required in Technology Assisted Review, but Transparency Might Be
February 5, 2018
A recent discovery order in a Southern District of New York public housing lottery discrimination case supported the use of technology assisted review (TAR) but required additional transparency, providing another view into how judges will...
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