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Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Considerations in Due Diligence

Data privacy and cybersecurity concerns are changing the way potential investors and acquirers evaluate a target company through due diligence. Data and security related risks can be extremely costly – especially those that are not uncovered in due diligence. Read More ›

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

Why Public WiFi is a Health Hazard

In the age of the mobile device, public WiFi is something that most of us will regularly use; whether in a coffee shop getting some extra work done or just waiting in an office area. The risks of this "free" commodity, however, are coming in faster than security specialists can deal with them. Read More ›

Categories: Cybersecurity, Did you Know?, Digital Assets

Ohio Enacts Unique Safe Harbor to Reduce Data Breach Litigation Risks

On November 2, 2018, Ohio became the most recent state to update its data breach laws by enacting the Ohio Data Protection Act. Read More ›

Categories: Cybersecurity, Digital Assets

Legal Essentials: An Introduction to Data Privacy, Cybersecurity and Third Party Vendor Management

With the rise of data breaches and regulatory enforcement, businesses must acknowledge cybersecurity and data privacy issues as significant business risks. Read More ›

Categories: Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity, Digital Assets, IT Contracts

California Enacts Sweeping Privacy Legislation

On June 28, California governor Jerry Brown signed into law the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018. The Act will significantly impact companies (including many based outside of California) and United States legislation in the coming months, although it is unclear whether the new law will serve as an example for other states or an outlier. Importantly, the Act contains a number of "GDPR-like" features, making it the most restrictive data privacy law that the United States has ever seen. Read More ›

Categories: Cloud Computing, Did you Know?, Digital Assets, Privacy

GDPR Has Arrived and My Company Isn't Ready. Now What?

It's not hyperbole to say that the General Data Protection Regulation's May 25th enforcement date marks one of the largest shifts in the history of privacy laws. Read More ›

Categories: Cloud Computing, Compliance, Cybersecurity, Digital Assets, Liability, News, Privacy

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

Business Rap: Preventing Phishing Scams

On January 25, Foster Swift attorney John Mashni sat down for a discussion on Business Rap, a weekly radio show and podcast that features Mid-Michigan's brightest business owners and decision makers discussing business trends, challenges and politics affecting employers and business owners. Read More ›

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

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

#Sponsored: What Social Media Influencers Need to Know to Remain Compliant with the FTC

Influencer marketing on social media is a very big business. Here’s how it works: brands team up with individuals with large and engaged followings on social media platforms such as YouTube, Facebook and Instagram (i.e., “influencers”), and pay them to promote their products. Read More ›

Categories: Digital Assets, News, Regulations, Social Media