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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...

The seismic shift of Schrems ll and what you can still do to transfer personal data to the US from the EU

If you transfer data from the EU to the US, or if your trusted service providers do, the Schrems II European Court decision has seismic significance— even if you do not rely on Privacy Shield, recent FAQs issued by the European Data Protection Board further highlight the changes: The FAQs provide further clarification on whether there is a “grace period” for those companies...

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,...

Cybersecurity and Data Privacy review and update: Looking back on 2018 and planning ahead for 2019

From the implementation of the GDPR to the passage of the CCPA, the year 2018 proved to be a monumental one for cybersecurity and data privacy. Regulators from around the world responded to devastating, large-scale cyber-attacks, and a desire for their citizens to have more control over their data, by passing a wide range of regulations aimed at protecting consumer information. These...

Insurers May Not be Able to Avoid Blockchain, Virtual Currencies ‘Sweeping Through Industry’

Virtual currency, such as bitcoin, is an unregulated digital form of currency that can be used as a substitute for legally recognized currency and eliminates the so-called “middle-man,” which includes banks and clearing houses. Learn more.

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