Anyone reading this blog already knows that cybersecurity is a team sport. No longer does the IT security department bear sole responsibility for protecting a company’s data and systems. Today companies are setting up enterprise-wide councils to oversee cybersecurity that include lawyers, risk managers, technical professionals, and other leaders. And if a breach occurs, that […]
On March 27, senior members of the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity practice will present a timely and practical webcast on how businesses can prepare for and address the risks of cybersecurity incidents in this time of high alert. Visit the full blog post to learn more and to register for this free event.
On February 28, Hogan Lovells will present a timely and complimentary program: “Hacked? What’s Next? Handling Cybersecurity Breaches in 2013.” Cybersecurity experts have said it is not a matter of “if” but “when” a company will have to address a security breach. With regulations tightening in Europe and in the United States, the responsibility for handling and preventing these […]
Noting that security incidents affecting information systems “are becoming bigger, more frequent, and more complex,” and that the majority of respondents to its consultation on the topic reported having experienced such an incident in the past year, today the European Commission released a proposal for a Directive “concerning measures to ensure a high common level […]
Widely-reported efforts to craft compromise cybersecurity legislation failed 52-46 in a key Senate vote on August 2 despite bipartisan engagement and the Obama Administration’s vocal support.