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postheadericon Now is the best time to craft your breach response

Taking time to think logically and deliberately about your assets can help you determine what needs to be secured. Preparing for the worst can help you see the best course of action to prevent those emergencies in the present.

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postheadericon Hedge fund managers ‘need a cybersecurity response plan’

Having in place a ‘cybersecurity response plan’ is vital if hedge fund managers in London are to deal effectively with this threat.

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postheadericon A Plan To Remove VA Governor’s Armed Detail In Response To His Concealed Carry Reciprocity Move

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA — In a surprising turn of events, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring has effectively severed Virginia’s concealed carry reciprocity ties with a majority of other states it had previously had agreements with.  This is a pretty horrible thing … Continue reading
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postheadericon An Ashley Madison response plan: does your company have one?

The Ashley Madison data breach has created fresh cybersecurity threats for all organizations. A company response plan is needed. Here’s what you need to know.

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postheadericon Response to US Government Announcement on Increased Transparency Regarding National Security Orders

In response to an announcement by the US Attorney General and the Director of National Intelligence about increased transparency on national security orders, the companies who dismissed their motions with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court released the following joint statement.

“We filed our lawsuits because we believe that the public has a right to know about the volume and types of national security requests we receive. We’re pleased the Department of Justice has agreed that we and other providers can disclose this information. While this is a very positive step, we’ll continue to encourage Congress to take additional steps to address all of the reforms we believe are needed.”

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