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  • From Vol. 4 No.27 (Aug. 29, 2018)

    Five Essential Articles on Bridging the Gap Between Tech and Legal Teams

    We continue to hear from our sources and subscribers about the need for legal and privacy teams to better collaborate with their security and technology counterparts. Successful coordination between these teams within an organization is crucial to effective privacy and cybersecurity programs, yet companies often tell us it is one of their biggest challenges. As we head into the Labor Day weekend in the U.S., The Cybersecurity Law Report is revisiting some of our most-read analysis and advice about understanding the technology and terminology behind security efforts and fostering a productive relationship between legal and technical teams so that they can focus on their shared goals. Our regular publication schedule will resume on Wednesday, September 5, 2018.

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  • From Vol. 4 No.19 (Jul. 4, 2018)

    CSLR’s Most Popular Articles of 2018 Q1 & Q2

    In honor of the July Fourth holiday in the United States, in place of our regular issue, The Cybersecurity Law Report is featuring some of its most-read articles from the first half of 2018. This year has been an active one in the cybersecurity and data privacy fields – the GDPR came into effect, domestic and international jurisdictions continued to pass substantial legislation and cyber threats continued to increase and shift. As organizations race to keep up, our readers have been focused on regulatory actions and guidance, shaping their internal programs and structure and managing third-party relationships. It has become clearer than ever that legal and technical teams need to communicate and collaborate to be effective. CSLR’s most popular series focused on when and how legal and information security should engage on cyber strategy and closing that legal/technical gap was also highlighted in other popular articles. Our regular publication schedule will resume on Wednesday, July 11, 2018.

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  • From Vol. 4 No.13 (May 23, 2018)

    Ten Actionable Articles on GDPR Compliance 

    With the much-anticipated General Data Protection Regulation coming into effect this week, The Cybersecurity Law Report is revisiting some of our most-read analysis of the regulation and how companies are preparing. These articles will provide you with relevant guidance for ongoing compliance efforts, including insight on specific provisions and enforcement expectations, as well as operational advice on setting up efficient compliance mechanisms. Our regular publication schedule will resume on Wednesday, May 30, 2018.

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  • From Vol. 3 No.25 (Dec. 20, 2017)

    The Cybersecurity Law Report Will Not Publish During Holiday Weeks

    Please note that The Cybersecurity Law Report will interrupt its normal biweekly publishing schedule for the winter holidays and after this issue will resume publishing January 17, 2018.

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  • From Vol. 3 No.23 (Nov. 22, 2017)

    Six Essential Articles on the Operational Impact of the E.U.’s New Data Privacy Regime

    In honor of Thanksgiving in the United States, The Cybersecurity Law Report will not be publishing a regular issue on November 22, 2017. Instead, we are taking the opportunity to revisit some of our analysis of GDPR and Privacy Shield regulations. The Privacy Shield brought a shift in the law governing E.U.-U.S. data transfers and the upcoming GDPR will significantly change the treatment of data for companies with a European presence. Whether you are new to these issues or need to brush up on specific areas, these articles will provide you with relevant guidance. We will continue our coverage of the GDPR and its implications leading up to and following the May 25, 2018 implementation date, including guidance on breach notification, rights of data subjects and data privacy impact assessments. Our regular publication schedule will resume on Wednesday, December 6, 2017.

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  • From Vol. 3 No.17 (Aug. 23, 2017)

    Fall Webinar Series: Multi-Factor Authentication for the Financial Sector

    The first program in The Cybersecurity Law Report’s fall webinar series will take place on September 18, 2017 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. We will delve into the challenges of online authentication for the financial sector with three experts – Cassio Goldschmidt, vice president at Stroz Friedberg, Jeremy Grant, managing director at Venable, and Chris Pierson, general counsel and chief security officer at Viewpost. Among other things, we will discuss balancing convenience with security, innovations in multi-factor authentication, using regulation and guidance, and best practices for implementing and improving online authentication systems. To register for this complimentary program, please click here. See also “Overcoming the Challenges and Reaping the Benefits of Multi-Factor Authentication in the Financial Sector (Part One of Two)” (Jul. 26, 2017); Part Two (Aug. 9, 2017).

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  • From Vol. 3 No.17 (Aug. 23, 2017)

    The CSLR Will Not Publish September 6 and Will Resume Its Regular Publication Schedule the Following Week

    Please note that the CSLR will not publish an issue on September 6, 2017, and will resume its biweekly publication schedule the following week, on September 13, 2017.

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  • From Vol. 3 No.14 (Jul. 12, 2017)

    Mergermarket Group Rebrands As Acuris

    The Cybersecurity Law Report’s parent company, Mergermarket Group – the leading provider of business intelligence and research for fixed income, transactions, compliance and equities – has relaunched under the brand name Acuris.

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  • From Vol. 2 No.25 (Dec. 14, 2016)

    The Cybersecurity Law Report Will Not Publish During Holiday Weeks

    Please note that The Cybersecurity Law Report will interrupt its normal biweekly publishing schedule for the winter holidays and after this issue will resume publishing January 11, 2016.

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  • From Vol. 1 No.18 (Dec. 9, 2015)

    The Cybersecurity Law Report Will Not Publish During Holiday Weeks

    Please note that The Cybersecurity Law Report will interrupt its normal biweekly publishing schedule for the winter holidays and after this issue will resume publishing January 6, 2016.

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  • From Vol. 1 No.11 (Aug. 26, 2015)

    The Cybersecurity Law Report Will Not Publish an Issue on September 9 and Will Resume Regular Publication Schedule the Following Week

    Please note that The Cybersecurity Law Report will not publish an issue on Wednesday, September 9, and will resume its regular bi-weekly publication schedule the following week on Wednesday, September 16, 2015.

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