Cyber Security

Attorney-Client Privilege And A Law Firm Leak

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Earlier this month, reports emerged of a massive leak of documents that appear to have been stolen from a non-U.S. law firm. This is only the latest instance of confidential attorney files leaking into the public arena. The U.S. Department of Justice has already announced that it is investigating potential violations of law.

Australia: Government launches new Cyber Security Strategy

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The Australian Federal Government launched a new $230 million Cyber Security Strategy aimed at combatting the increasing number of online threats and assaults.

Comprehensive Guidance on Cybersecurity Controls Issued by Hong Kong SFC

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The Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission recently released comprehensive guidance on suggested cybersecurity controls within Licensed Corporations.

German Federal Court of Justice establishes verification duty for online review portals

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On March 1, 2016 the German Federal Court of Justice ruled on the duty of an online review portal operator to verify reviews.

Cybersecurity Risk Now Tops Public Company Directors’ Worries, With Reputational Risk Close Behind

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A recent study indicate that across the public, private, and nonprofit entities directors are most worried about reputational risk, cybersecurity risk, and regulatory compliance risk.

EU – U.S. Privacy Shield Unveiled

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On February 29, 2016, the European Commission published a draft adequacy decision and related documents that are intended to implement the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield.

The European Commission and US Authorities Reach Agreement on TransAtlantic Data Flows

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After months of intense negotiations, the European Commission and the US Government announced today an agreement on the EU-US Privacy Shield .

Five lessons from recent cyber attacks to protect your organisation from risk of data...

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Data privacy and cybersecurity are two of the biggest concerns that companies holding personal data face in 2016. This is no surprise as 2015 saw an alarming increase in data breaches worldwide and a number of incidents in Hong Kong.

Australia: Consultation opens on Serious Data Breach Notification Bill

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Australia is one step closer to a mandatory data breach notification scheme. If implemented the new law will require businesses and Federal Government bodies to notify serious data breaches to the Australian Information Commissioner and affected individuals.

Global Compliance News goes Cybersecurity – Baker & McKenzie’s Cybersecurity Counter-Offensive Asia Pacific Guide

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What are the rules protecting data in Asia Pacific? What can you do to recover information if you have been hacked? The Cybersecurity Counter-offensive Asia Pacific Guide has been launched in response to a wave of new cybersecurity legislation throughout the Asia Pacific region to regulate and monitor cybersecurity.
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