This article originally ran in Law360 on September 4, 2021. All rights reserved. Cyberattacks are exploding. The coronavirus pandemic has further exposed cyber vulnerabilities due to remote work and the increasing use of underprotected devices. Ransomware attacks are increasingly becoming the cyberattack of choice. While data breach and privacy claims fell between 2018 and 2020, ransomware attacks rose by 486% over that same period. …
ork, coupled with bring your own device policies, have only increased vulnerabilities of businesses and individuals during this time. In fact, ransomware attacks in particular increased 300% in 2020.
On this episode of Darshan Talks, they discuss Health Literacy with guest Krishna Jani. Krishna Jani, Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Attorney at Flaster Greenberg PC had spoken about the relationship between data privacy, life sciences, and health issues in the legal domain.
This blog post by cybersecurity attorney Krishna Jani on the Uniform Personal Data Protection Act. If adopted by states, this could provide more consistency across states’ dataprivacy laws. See the piece for more detail on data controllers’ obligations, data subjects’ rights, and enforcement.
Since the passage of the CCPA in 2018, there has been a flurry of proposed state laws aimed at regulating the areas of cybersecurity and data privacy in the absence of federal comprehensive legislation.
Who has standing to sue after a data breach? Recent decisions in Delaware and Pennsylvania shed light on what might be a heightened pleading standard for data breach victims.
Will the disinformation that led to a mob surrounding the Capitol Building last week help drive federal privacy legislation?
From California to New York, data privacy laws and enforcement actions are ramping up. Check out some recent highlights from Flaster Greenberg cybersecurity attorneys Donna Urban & Krishna Jani on what this means for businesses across the US.
There is a lot going on in the world right now—and the world of data privacy is no exception. Here is a snapshot of what’s on our radar: Senators Jeff Merkley and Bernie Sanders introduced the National Biometric Information Privacy Act of 2020 on Tuesday, August 4, 2020. This legislation would, among other things, prohibit …
At this point, many of us are well into our fourth or fifth week of quarantine due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Even for those of us who are fortunate enough to be able to work remotely from our homes, this comes with certain challenges, including potential security issues with virtual conferencing. In our first …
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