Highlights from the week of 20 February 2017
Bikes are hard to spot and hard to predict
Waymo accuses Uber and Otto's Levandowski of stealing trade secrets
Almost limitless bandwidth beckons—if we can tame a wild region of the spectrum
The regulation requires any company doing business with a "covered entity" to have robust information security processes and procedures.
Araneo discusses his path to becoming cybersecurity counsel at Align, and what general counsel across the corporate world are underestimating about modern-day threats.
A turf war appears to be shaping between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman over the governor's proposal to enhance the regulatory powers of the state Department of Financial Services.
Boris Segalis, Mia Havel and Sonia Lee of Norton Rose Fulbright write: Many point to the Trump administration's focus on trade deals (and threats to renegotiate or withdraw from them) as the potential battleground for a data transfer skirmish, but the new administration has another weapon its arsena
As corporations increasingly eye encryption to mitigate cybersecurity risks, e-discovery operations may become more challenging.
Weaponizing Waymo's intellectual property could hurt self-driving startups much more than Uber
Web browsing just got a little less anonymous: New browser fingerprinting software correctly identifies 99% of online users even if they switch browsers
Parked cars are the missing ingredient in intelligent transportation systems
Today's board must have the right combination of skill and experience to oversee management in navigating the company's operations through the complex and shifting global and national economic and political landscape. It is no surprise that in this environment board composition keeps attracting shar
Civil litigation under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act could be used to go after state actors for cyberattacks—but it wouldn't be easy.
Gross revenue declined by 6.4 percent in 2016 at Dallas-based Locke Lord, but net income improved by 11.1 percent with lawyers in many practice areas very busy.
A federal judge ruled that claims against Chicago-based Johnson & Bell for allegedly failing to protect client information must proceed individually in arbitration, not lumped together as a class.
Amplifier boards and high-res digital-to-analog converters boost volume and clarity
Following a strong 2015, gross revenue improved by 2.9 percent at Dallas-based Thompson & Knight in 2016, and net income increased by 3.5 percent compared with the prior year.
First borophene-based heterostructure should guide future work with borophene in nanoelectronic applications
DTCC general counsel Ann Shuman discusses the challenges of legal departments and what to expect from a life at the helm of market and technology evolution.
Clete Johnson highlights the challenges government and private sector cybersecurity partnerships still face and discusses what counsel should know about modern cybersecurity risks.
When dealing with long hours, billable hour requirements, phase and task codes (the worst), looming deadlines and interesting personalities, it is sometimes hard to remember that we in the private sector are extremely fortunate. As private practice associates, we are conditioned to work hard and foc
In another strange tale from the kinetic-attack-meets-cyberattack department, earlier this week I heard from a loyal reader in Brazil whose wife was recently mugged by three robbers who nabbed her iPhone. Not long after the husband texted the stolen phone -- offering to buy back the locked device -- he soon began receiving text messages stating the phone had been found. All he had to do to begin the process of retrieving the device was click the texted link and log in to the phishing page mimicking Apple's site.
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Social media is the greatest mechanism ever invented for those responsible for business development at your firm to become known to their target market.
Despite the forecast that more cyberattacks are on the way, few law firms, even among those who specialize in privacy and data security matters, have plans in place that detail how they'd respond internally and publicly to a cyber event. Being able to respond quickly and decisively will preserve you
In 2003 there were an estimated 500 million internet-connected devices. By 2020 it is predicted there will be 50 billion. Travis LeBlanc, recently resigned chief of enforcement at the Federal Communications Commission, says the profusion poses privacy and security risks for individuals, companies an
Data breaches seem to have become a routine risk for most companies, but finding the correct insurance coverage is anything but routine.