Brett Harris to Present National Lorman Webinar on Cyber Security Topic

By Brett R. Harris |   Aug. 12, 2017

Brett Harris, business, nonprofit and technology attorney and shareholder in the firm’s Business Law Team, will be conducting a live webinar on August 15th at 1:00 pm ET for Lorman Education Services.  The program, entitled “Data Security Breach Response” will discuss how to execute your own security breach response plan and how to minimize your company's risk.

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Global Spread of WannaCry Underscores Need for Defensive Policies and Procedures

By Darren M. Gelber |   May. 17, 2017

It's all over the news - a new ransomware variant known as WannaCry discovered in the United Kingdom last week is spreading across the globe at an alarming rate. The name is rather appropriate, since once the ransomware has access to your computer or network, it will start encrypting all of your files and then ask you to pay a “ransom” to decrypt them. Cyber-attacks of this nature are not only dangerous, costly and time consuming to address, but they may also pose an existential threat to any organization.

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New Jersey Lawyer Magazine Cybersecurity Issue

By Darren M. Gelber |   Dec. 13, 2016


Darren Gelber, chair of the firm's Cyber State Legal Resource Group, was the co-special editor of this month's issue of New Jersey Lawyer magazine, focuced on Cybersecurity.  The publication contains articles providing valuable insights on the legal remifications of cutting edge cybersecurity issues:


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The Devil That You Know: The Greatest Threat to Your Information is You

By Gregory D. Shaffer |   Jun. 21, 2016

In the past several years, news stories about notorious, massive data breaches and cybersecurity attacks have become commonplace. As a result, we often take comfort in the assumption that data security breaches are perpetrated by outside criminal actors, including organized criminal organizations, and that any organization smaller than a Target or Sony will be uninteresting and ignored by this outside threat. Unfortunately, while there are many hackers and identity thieves out there targeting larger organizations, career criminals are not the number one source of data breach threats. In fact, the best way to protect against the release of personal, proprietary and confidential data to the outside is by taking a closer look at what's going on inside our own organizations.

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