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NYDFS, GDPR Prompt Focus on Vendor Oversight

Eversheds Sutherland Partner Michael Bahar is quoted in this Compliance Reporter article regarding compliance risks being extended to fourth parties. “Landmark regulations from the New York Department of Financial Services and the EU have put a spotlight on risks posed not only by traditional third-party vendors, but also fourth parties with access to company data and customers’...

Two Eversheds Sutherland Attorneys Recognized as 2017 Cybersecurity Trailblazers by National Law Journal

Eversheds Sutherland is pleased to announce that Partner Michael Bahar and Associate Alexander F. L. Sand have been recognized as National Law Journal Cybersecurity Trailblazers for their significant contributions and pioneering work in the areas of cybersecurity and data privacy. A group of National Law Journal editors reviewed hundreds of submissions, from which only 25 individuals...

Is Your Firm Cyber Secure?

Eversheds Sutherland Partner Brian Rubin is quoted in this Financial Advisor article regarding the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s creation of its Cyber Unit and how broker-dealers and investment advisors should be on high alert. “I’m aware of exams that are going on by both the SEC and FINRA, and I think it’s just a matter of time before enforcement referrals are made,” said...

Eversheds Sutherland Partner Brian Rubin Selected to Serve in National Society of Compliance Professionals Leadership Role

Eversheds Sutherland is pleased to announce that Partner Brian L. Rubin has been selected to join the National Society of Compliance Professionals (NSCP) Board of Directors. A longtime member of the NSCP and a frequent writer for its premier journal, NSCP Currents, the organization recently confirmed Mr. Rubin’s appointment by a unanimous vote. More than 2,000 financial service...

NAIC Proposed Insurance Data Security Model Law Explained

Eversheds Sutherland’s legal alert, NAIC Takes Major Step Toward Final Approval of Insurance Data Security Model Law, was featured in this article for Captive.com.  

Third-Party Party-Crashing? The Fate of the Third-Party Doctrine

This fall may prove a landmark in the ongoing debate between security and privacy. Poised to take action are both the US Supreme Court, in Carpenter v. United States, and the US Congress, with the impending sunset of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). Decisions made—or not made—this autumn will have ripple effects in the United States and around the globe....

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