Tag Archives: duty of care

COMPLIANCE WEEK Webinar: The Questions a Judge Will Ask You After a Data Breach – What is Reasonable Security?

What is Reasonable Security? If you are breached and your case goes to litigation, you will likely be asked to demonstrate “due care” and that your controls were “reasonable.” Many are surprised to learn that a breach by itself does not constitute negligence in most cases. But judges will ask a set of questions that […]

Cybersecurity Regulations: What the NYCRR 500 Deadline of March 1, 2019 Means to You

NYCRR 500 New York City is often referred to as the financial capital of the world; with the state of cybersecurity today and the increasing barrage of threats that financial related institutions must combat on a daily basis, it is no wonder that New York became the first state to take government action to do something […]

What are my legal obligations when it comes to cybersecurity?

Cybersecurity is a major concern for all organizations today that utilize digital technology, but one of the initial questions for any organization must be, “What are my legal obligations when it comes to cybersecurity?”

CRAIN’S Cybersecurity Roundtable – Reasonable Security

Four Chicago-area cybersecurity experts shared their thoughts with Crain’s  on the ever-changing landscape, including what organizations can do to keep their workplaces, employees and customers safe with reasonable security strategies. Read the discussion.

We Just Gave Away Our Cyber Security Intellectual Property. It was the right thing to do.

Why a Chicago-Based Cyber Security Firm Just Released its Prized IP. By Chris Cronin, ISO 27001 Auditor, Partner