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Showing 7 posts by Katila Howard.

Cybersecurity Concerns in Health Care

Health care systems are eager to adapt to newer technology and widespread network options, all in the name of giving patients the best possible care. However, this comes with a price: more outlets for hackers to breach valuable data.  Read More ›

Categories: Cybersecurity, Electronic Health Records

Provisions for Vendor Contracts

This is the second article in a series on Third Party and Vendor Management. The first article discussed pertinent considerations for vendor contracts in the context of cybersecurity. Read More ›

Categories: Contracts, Cybersecurity, Did you Know?, Digital Assets

Considerations for Vendor Contracts

This is the first article in a series on Third Party and Vendor Management. The next article in this series discusses provisions for vendor contracts. Read More ›

Categories: Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity, Liability, Privacy

Pros and Cons of Software as a Service ("SaaS")

Today, the use of software as a service ("SaaS") is widespread and the cybersecurity considerations are an afterthought. Read More ›

Categories: Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity, Did you Know?, IT Contracts, Technology

Equifax or EquiFaux Pas: Updates on the Equifax Breach

In September 2017, credit reporting agency Equifax announced that personal information for over 140 million U.S. consumers was potentially compromised. Equifax’s forensic investigations have put the number closer to 145.5 million. The compromised data includes names, social security numbers, birth dates, addresses, driver’s license numbers and even credit card numbers. Within a matter of weeks after the breach, Equifax’s CEO, Richard Smith, announced he was stepping down. It soon became clear that Equifax’s troubles were just beginning. Read More ›

Categories: Cybersecurity, Did you Know?, Digital Assets

Ethical Considerations for Attorneys in the Age of Technology

In today's world, technology is ever changing and data breaches are widespread. Both have repercussions for the legal profession. As technology has evolved and become more intrusive, the obligations of attorneys and how attorneys handle client matters has also evolved. Read More ›

Categories: Cybersecurity, Digital Assets

Benefit Plans Established by Church Affiliates Are Exempt From ERISA

ChurchOn June 5, 2017, the United States Supreme Court held that employee benefit plans established by church-affiliated organizations are church plans pursuant to the church plan exemption under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (“ERISA”). Read More ›

Categories: Employee Benefits, News, Tax