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Cybersecurity and Vulnerability Assessments: Evolving Law on Hacking and Extortion in the Age of Bug Bounties

Companies and law enforcement are increasingly turning to white hat hackers for help.  The FBI apparently paid consultants over $1,000,000 to unlock an iPhone used by one of the shooters in the San Bernardino attacks, and companies such as Microsoft, Uber, Facebook, and Google are paying hackers tens of thousands of dollars to find vulnerabilities in their systems.  Davis Polk’s recent cybersecurity webcast discusses why companies are using pools of white hat hackers for certain … Continue Reading

Reducing Unneeded Data Becoming Part of Cybersecurity Best Practices

In our cybersecurity and data management webcast now available below, Davis Polk partners Avi Gesser, Gabe Rosenberg, and associate Matt Kelly, recently discussed getting rid of old documents to reduce cyber risk.

To avoid ending up in the news as the latest victim of a cyber-attack, companies are looking to improve their data security.  One way is data reduction─getting rid of old data that you don’t need for business purposes and you … Continue Reading

Upcoming Webcast: Cyber Security and Data Management

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Please join us on October 11, 2017 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET for a discussion on the evolving law and practice on the document management aspects of cyber security, including:

  • Regulators’ expectation for companies regarding deleting old non-public data to reduce cyber risk.
  • The interactions between the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure on electronic document spoliation and responsible cyber security data management.
  • Using predictive coding and data analytics to identify
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