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Concerns Grow Over Potential Cyberattacks on Electric Grid

Eversheds Sutherland Partner Michael Bahar is quoted in this Morning Consult article regarding rising calls from cybersecurity practitioners to improve information sharing between the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and private industry officials. Learn...

Cybersecurity Experts Urge Faster Threat Alerts From Homeland Security

Eversheds Sutherland Partner Michael Bahar is quoted in this Morning Consult article regarding rising calls from cybersecurity practitioners to improve information sharing between the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and private industry officials. Learn...

Hurricanes Remind Us Our Water Systems Are at Risk to Cyberattacks

The flooding caused by powerful hurricanes reminds us of the devastating power of water — but natural disasters may not be the only threats to our water system. Due to increased cyber vulnerabilities, and an increased willingness among hackers to target critical infrastructure, the opportunities for man-made water disasters are growing. Learn...

An Emerging Patchwork Of Cybersecurity Rules

With the recent adoption of cybersecurity regulations governing broker-dealers and investment advisers registered in Colorado and Vermont, the landscape of cybersecurity regulation continues to evolve in significant ways. For those businesses not yet covered by cyber regulations, these latest moves indicate that the day of reckoning may be coming, with both federal and state regulators...

Legislation Could Aid Highly Automated Vehicle Development

In their article for Property Casualty360, Eversheds Sutherland (US) attorneys Michael Nelson, Trevor Satnick and Tony Ficarrotta discuss the Safely Ensuring Lives Future Deployment and Research in Vehicle Evolution (SELF DRIVE) Act, and three key proposals within it that should help facilitate the development and adoption of highly automated vehicles. Learn...

Toward a Culture of Continuous Cybersecurity

The SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) just issued a “Risk Alert” containing the results of its Cybersecurity 2 Initiative. In their article for Law360, which analyzes the OCIE Alert, Eversheds Sutherland (US) Partners Michael Bahar and Brian Rubin write that the SEC supports the notion that effective cybersecurity is not a matter of one-and-done, but rather...

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