Tag Archives: National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Top Tips and Traps for Cyber Insurance Buyers

By John G. Buchanan and Marialuisa S. Gallozzi Although the National Cybersecurity Awareness Month of October has come to a close, it is not too late for corporate counsel and risk managers to be thinking about cyber-risk insurance — an increasingly essential tool in the enterprise risk management toolkit. But a prospective policyholder purchasing cyber … Continue Reading

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month Q&A with Yan Luo

Yan Luo advises clients on a broad array of regulatory matters in connection with cybersecurity and data protection rules in China. With previous work experience in Washington, DC and Brussels before relocating to Beijing, Yan has fostered her government and regulatory skills in all three capitals. She is able to strategically advise international companies on … Continue Reading

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month Q&A with Ashden Fein

Ashden Fein’s Cybersecurity practice focuses on counseling clients who are preparing for and responding to cyber-based attacks on their networks, assessing their security controls and practices for the protection of data and systems, developing and implementing cybersecurity programs, and complying with federal and state regulatory requirements. Ashden has specifically been the lead investigator and crisis … Continue Reading

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month Q&A with Kristof Van Quathem

Kristof Van Quathem, special counsel in Covington’s Brussels office, advises clients on data protection, data security, and cybercrime matters. He has been specializing in this area for over fifteen years and covers the entire spectrum of advising clients on government affairs strategies, ranging from compliance advice on the adopted laws, regulations, and guidelines, to the … Continue Reading

Cyber Risks in the Workplace: Managing Insider Threats

Today, one of the most critical risks a company can face is the cyber risks associated with its own employees or contractors.  Companies are confronting an increasingly complex series of cybersecurity challenges with employees in the workplace, including employees failing to comply with established cybersecurity policies, accidentally downloading an attachment containing malware or providing their … Continue Reading

Preparation and Practice: Keys to Responding to a Cyber Security Incident

In the immediate aftermath of discovering a cybersecurity incident, companies often face many questions and few answers amidst a frenzy of activity.  What happened?  What should we do now?  What legal risks does the company face, and how should it protect against them?  In this fast-paced environment, it can be difficult to coordinate the activity … Continue Reading

Five Factors Leading to Compromise

As long as there have been computers, there have been individuals who have been willing and able to compromise them.  It was true yesterday, it is true today and it will be true tomorrow.  In fact, the fundamental issues that lead to compromises, large and small, have been very consistent over the years.  They fall … Continue Reading

Kicking Off Cybersecurity Awareness Month

As Covington kicks off Cybersecurity Awareness Month with a series of weekly articles, preventative tips, and Q&As developed by our cybersecurity practice professionals, it’s worth recollecting how much our cybersecurity landscape has changed over the last twenty-plus years, and how the law has responded to these evolving challenges. Although the late 1990s saw the first … Continue Reading
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