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Cybersecurity and coronavirus—Guarding against hackers in this heightened risk environment

Hackers thrive amidst confusion and distraction, so it is important that with all the focus on coronavirus, companies—including their lawyers—remain on guard against cyber attacks. This Alert provides a series of quick, simple and crucial steps companies can take to improve cyber preparedness and response, including: Ensure employees are reminded of the critical need for cyber hygiene,...

Microsoft – Eversheds Sutherland Whitepapers: Responding to the evolving cyberthreat landscape in the financial services sector

Eversheds Sutherland, in collaboration with Microsoft, is delighted to announce the launch of our latest thought leadership paper on cyber threats to the financial services sector. The biggest changes to the threat environment are the growing scale, frequency and sophistication of the attacks—as well as the identity of the actors and their objectives. It is no longer just about theft...

In the spotlight—Cyber resilience and risks around outsourcing

The operational resilience of financial institutions has come under increased scrutiny following a number of recent high-profile IT failures and cyberattacks. Operational resilience itself is much broader than merely IT and cyber events: it covers events ranging from natural disasters to civil unrest, and those impacting critical national and market infrastructure. Learn...

The CLOUD Act – A cross-border data access agreement rises from the fog

The UK and the US inch closer toward easier access to certain electronic data from technology companies. It’s the first agreement of its kind under the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act. The US is in formal talks with Australia to enter into a similar agreement. The agreements are controversial given concerns over data privacy rights. Learn more....

Dangerous seas ahead – the California Consumer Privacy Act and litigation risk

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) exposes companies doing business in California to certain litigation risks. The CCPA creates a private right of action that increases class action litigation risk for data breaches. Plaintiffs might try to use California’s Unfair Competition Law (UCL) to expand the scope of the CCPA’s private right of action. Businesses can proactively engage...

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