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Posted in Cybersecurity, Data Protection & Privacy

Managing Workforce Cyber Risk in a Global Landscape: A Legal Review

Whether malicious or inadvertent, workforce actions cause or contribute to over half of cyber attacks experienced by organizations. Protecting against such “insider” cyber risks can be challenging, especially given the global web of privacy, communications secrecy, and employment laws that may be implicated by monitoring workforce use of IT resources.

Harriet Pearson and James Denvil, lawyers in the Hogan Lovells … Continue Reading

Posted in Data Protection & Privacy, Internet Conor Ward

The G-7 Fundamental Elements of Cybersecurity for The Financial Sector

Cyber risk has been high on the agenda of financial services regulators for some time now. In the UK, the FCA specifically addressed its concerns in its 2015/2016 Business Plan and it has an on-going programme of work which includes working with the PRA and Bank of England on visibility of IT resilience and risks at board level, and with … Continue Reading

Posted in Data Protection & Privacy Harriet Pearson

Hogan Lovells Expands Cybersecurity Practice; Launches Cyber Risk Services

Anyone reading this blog already knows that cybersecurity is a team sport. No longer does the IT security department bear sole responsibility for protecting a company’s data and systems. Today companies are setting up enterprise-wide councils to oversee cybersecurity that include lawyers, risk managers, technical professionals, and other leaders. And if a breach occurs, that team gets even more diverse … Continue Reading