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Indictment in Massive Iranian Cyberbreach Shows Companies Still Vulnerable

If general counsel fear their companies are vulnerable to cyberattacks from far afield, they have good reason. An indictment unsealed Friday details how hackers hired by the Iranian government broke into computer systems of at least 36 U.S. companies, including technology firms, banks, media companies and a law firm. Learn...

Triton Malware Shuts Down Industrial Plant

Cybersecurity experts at FireEye have issued a warning after a recent hacker attack caused “operational disruption to critical infrastructure” at an unnamed industrial plant. The hackers introduced a malware program that FireEye is calling “Triton” into the security system, likely in preparation for a larger attack. Learn...

The Future of Cyber Coverage Leans to Standardization

In this interview with A.M BestTV, Eversheds Sutherland (US) Partner Michael Bahar discusses cybersecurity issues and how organizations can prepare for potential cyberattacks. Learn more.

Election Hackers Altered Voter Rolls, Stole Private Data, Officials Say

Eversheds Sutherland (US) Partner Michael Bahar is quoted in this Time Magazine providing insight on the hacking of state and local election databases in 2016. Specifically, Michael addresses key questions congressional investigators are including in their probe to determine the nature and scale of the Russian cybersecurity attack. Learn...

Cyber Storm V Highlights Need for Greater Info-sharing and Formalized Incident Response

Results from the Department of Homeland Security’s  (“DHS”) “Cyber Storm V” national exercise revealed that challenges remain around information and cyber threat indictor sharing, and that a plan for widespread cyber response would help improve response from government and industry to cyberattacks. Though the exercise showed that challenges remain, it also revealed an increased...

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