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 AUGUST 2018

EDITOR’S NOTE

CYBERSECURITY IN THE NEWS

KEEPING THE LIGHTS ON

An electric company’s gym helps train corporations to defend themselves against cyberattacks.
By David Hechler

INTERVIEW: TOM KELLERMANN / CARBON BLACK, INC.
A CALL TO EMPOWER CISOS

And why they should be joined at the hip with the general counsel.

THE TECHIES WHO DEFEND CYBERSECURITY’S BOTTOM LINE
A woman recounts her surprising rise to the role of CISO, and provides insight into what one needs to succeed.
By David Hechler

HOW DISINFORMATION CAN DAMAGE COMPANIES
The spotlight may be on the midterm elections, but intentionally false news can target—and devastate—a business.
By David Hechler


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JULY 2018
EDITOR'S NOTE


CYBERSECURITY IN THE NEWS



INTERVIEW: TODD BENOFF / ALSTON & BIRD
COULD A CYBERATTACK LEAD TO ABSOLUTE LIABILITY?
A litigator wonders whether hacking, driverless cars and
product liability laws could transport us there.



A NEW PROTOCOL TO COUNTER CYBERATTACKS IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION
The drafters are seeking comments from in-house counsel.
By Olivier P. André, Hagit M. Elul and Pavlos Petrovas


INTERVIEW: BART HUFFMAN / REED SMITH
LOVED THE GDPR? YOU’LL PROBABLY ADORE THE
ePRIVACY REGULATUION
The EU is expected to deliver this additional offering soon.

TIME TO WAKE UP
The real anxiety behind what has become a media cliché.
By David Hechler

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JUNE 2018
EDITOR'S NOTE


CYBERSECURITY IN THE NEWS



INTERVIEW: AMAR SARWAL / ASSOCIATION OF CORPORATE COUNSEL (ACC)
CYBERSECURITY SURVEY UNDERSCORES A BLEAK PERSPECTIVE FROM IN-HOUSE LAWYERS
ACC report packs a wallop with statistics and comments and little consolation.


INTERVIEW: BART HUFFMAN / REED SMITH
CULTURE SHIFT COURTESY OF EUROPE
The GDPR will change the way that companies process data.


WORKING WITH THE GOVERNMENT AFTER A BREACH
Four tips that companies should follow to maximize the benefits.

By Kimberly Peretti



FLORIDA ADOPTED MANDATORY
CLE
S IN TECH. WHERE ARE THE FOLLOWERS?
Most states agree that lawyers must be competent in this area, but training is optional.

By David Hechler


WHAT THE NUMBERS SAY


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MAY 2018
EDITOR'S NOTE


CYBERSECURITY IN THE NEWS


INTERVIEW: DAVID RIDER  /  CSO ALLIANCE
LESSONS FOR ALL COMPANIES FROM CYBERSECURITY ALLIANCES

The U.K.'s maritime industry has discovered the benefits.



CYBERSECURITY RISKS IN VENDOR RELATIONSHIPS
How CLOs can help their companies take control. 
By Denver Edwards / Bressler, Amery & Ross, P.C.,



INTERVIEW: KIMBERLY PERETTI  /  ALSTON & BIRD
TO REPORT OR NOT TO REPORT?
Companies embrace new strategies for working with law enforcement after a data breach.


BANDING TOGETHER AGAINST CYBERATTACKS
An international accord has tech companies collaborating.

By David Hechler


WHAT THE NUMBERS SAY


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APRIL 2018
EDITOR'S NOTE


CYBERSECURITY IN THE NEWS



INTERVIEW: AARON MACKEY  /  ELECTRONIC FRONTIER FOUNDATION
CAN A COMPANY BE TOO COOPERATIVE WITH THE GOVERNMENT?

Best Buy’s employees weren’t law enforcement agents, but they acted as if they were.



INTERVIEW: ANDREA BONIME-BLANC / GEC RISK ADVISORY
THE LEGAL PERSPECTIVE HELPS SHAPE AI STRATEGY

Companies need multidisciplinary teams to find the right path.  



WHY THE U.S. SHOULD EMBRACE THE GDPR
Even though the EU regulation may be onerous, it may be what the cybersecurity doctor ordered.
By Steven Senz



ADD THIS TO YOUR CYBERSECURITY READING LIST
Cisco’s annual report is comprehensive and also accessible to lawyers.
By David Hechler



WHAT THE NUMBERS SAY


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MARCH 2018
EDITOR'S NOTE


INTERVIEW: DANIEL GARRIE /  LAW & FORENSICS
PREDICTIONS AND THREATS FOR THE YEAR IN CYBERSECURITY
An expert weighs in on some prognostications.


BUILDING A CYBERSECURITY BRIDGE BETWEEN STARTUPS AND THE MILITARY
Universities are becoming incubators for innovation.
By David Hechler


INTERVIEW: SASHA ROMANOSKY / RAND
CHALLENGES IN CYBERSECURITY PROVOKE CONFLICT BETWEEN THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTORS  
Observers see progress in the release of the VEP charter last year.