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24 results for: cybersecurity
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I recently participated in a panel discussion on Cybersecurity: The Cost of Doing Business alongside Mike Shrubb (Sterling Seacrest...
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ATLANTA, August 18, 2022 – Taylor English Duma is pleased to announce that 56 attorneys were recognized in 42 practice areas in the 2023...
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On June 16, Alison Ballard joined the Georgia Intellectual Property Association (GIPA) Corporate IP Roundtable® for a presentation on,...
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Worldwide sanctions against the government of North Korea keep the country isolated. In the era of cyber warfare, state actors have...
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In this recently produced episode of Conversations with TED we discuss the growing topic of cybersecurity. Our brief video addresses the...
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A Chicago-based hotel seeks coverage for an underlying employee lawsuit related to the use of fingerprint scans to log into the hotel's...
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Many law firm leaders must be wondering how they will manage CTA data on behalf of their clients and their clients' investors.Law firms...
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The White House yesterday repeated warnings sounded for the last month by the federal cyber watchdog agency: the risk of Kremlin attacks...
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As part of the government funding bill passed in early March, Congress would require critical infrastructure companies to report cyber...
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Fraudulent wire transfer instructions sent – and acted upon – by email cost US companies billions of dollars a year.  So-called “business...
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Software developer Kaseya claims that its software has been fully patched following a ransomware attack first announced on July 2.  ...
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According to reporting in Data Breach Today, Kaseya was aware of vulnerabilities in its VSA solutions and worked for months to patch...