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No rest for the weary: cybersecurity and privacy enforcement actions heat up

A recent wave of cybersecurity and privacy enforcement actions cautions businesses dealing in personal data to strengthen their security and compliance plans. The New York Department of Financial Services recently announced its first enforcement action under its cybersecurity regulation. The California Attorney General began enforcement-related inquiries under the newly enacted...

FinCEN advisory highlights increased cybercrime risks during COVID-19

FinCEN Advisory Zeroes in on Opportunistic Cybercrime During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Cybercriminals are hard at work taking advantage of weaknesses in remote processing; FinCEN issues Advisory highlighting red flags that compliance officers should be familiar with to help shore up compliance gaps; Advisory issuance signals possible increased attention by FinCEN on these crimes and...

Your quarterly privacy & cybersecurity update

Welcome to the eighth edition of Updata! Updata is an international report produced by Eversheds Sutherland’s dedicated Privacy and Cybersecurity team – it provides you with a compilation of key privacy and cybersecurity regulatory and legal developments from the past quarter. This edition covers April to June 2020 and is full of newsworthy items from our team members around the globe,...

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...

Twisting in the Wind—California Attorney General issues revised CCPA regulations

On February 10, 2020, the California Attorney General published revisions to the proposed regulations to implement the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). The changes largely clarify and soften some of the more onerous or prescriptive requirements of the proposed regulations—although many challenging aspects of the regulations remain, and new concepts make an appearance as...

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