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Financial Institutions Await Response to Concerns Over New York State Department of Financial Services’ Proposed Cybersecurity Rules

By Jennifer Archie, Alan Avery, Serrin Turner, and Pia Naib Dozens of financial institutions and trade associations have lodged emphatic objections with the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYSDFS) in response to the Department’s September 28, 2016 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking entitled “Cybersecurity Requirements for Financial Services Companies” (the Proposed Rules). As published … Continue Reading

6 Key Requirements of China’s First Network Security Law

By Jennifer Archie, Gail Crawford, Serrin Turner, Hui Xu & Lex Kuo The Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has introduced China’s first and comprehensive Network Security Law (also referred to as Cybersecurity Law). The law will have far-reaching implications for parties that utilize the internet and … Continue Reading

Around the Table: Behind the Headlines of Evolving Cyberthreats

Latham partners Serrin Turner, Jennifer Archie and Jeffrey Tochner sat down with Eric Friedberg, Executive Chairman at Stroz Friedberg, and Matt Olsen, President – Consulting at IronNet Cybersecurity, to discuss current cyberthreat levels and the growing need for companies to devote resources for future risk mitigation.    … Continue Reading

Prevent and Prepare for a Cybersecurity Breach

By Jennifer Archie, Gail Crawford, Andrew Moyle, Serrin Turner, and Brian Meenagh Hacking of organizations’ systems is becoming increasingly commonplace, even with advancements in security practices. To mitigate risk, a company must have an enterprise-level, cross-functional incident response plan that is rehearsed and practiced. In the event of an incident a company with a rehearsed … Continue Reading
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