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Key Questions to Ask When Preparing a Data Breach Response Plan (Part II)

Following up on last week’s post, we return to the wide range of questions about a company’s operations that can guide a team building a data breach response plan to cover many of the risks encountered in the wake of a...more

Time Is Money, Managing Time in a Negotiation Can Really Pay Off

In today’s global marketplace, Ben Franklin’s observation that “time is money” is as true now as ever. Companies (large and small) feel tremendous pressure to quickly line up and close deals – whether to bring in revenue,...more

3/26/2014  /  Negotiations , Time-Management

White House Releases Voluntary Guidelines for Cybersecurity

On Wednesday, February 12, the White House released the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity. The Framework represents the culmination of a year-long private-sector led effort to create voluntary...more

Before You Enter an IT Contract, Plan Your Exit Strategy

It may seem counterintuitive, but one of the most important steps you should take before engaging a technology services provider is to prepare a plan for exiting the relationship. Why? A thoughtful IT exit strategy developed...more

Big Data: Is Your Company Prepared?

Big Data has become a big buzzword, but many companies are just beginning to determine how to put Big Data to work for them. During Foley & Lardner’s annual FOLEYTech Summit in Boston late in 2013, a panel of experts from...more

1/10/2014  /  Big Data , Business Development

Are You Ready For California’s “Do Not Track” Requirements?

Over the last several months, California has passed several new privacy and data protection laws that impact operators of websites, online services and mobile applications around the country, including a law establishing an...more

January 1 Deadline for Privacy Policy Compliance With California’s “Do Not Track” Law

California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed into law a bill that requires operators of websites and online services, including mobile applications, to disclose in their privacy policies how they respond to “Do Not Track”...more

Fee Estimates: Don’t Be Penny Wise & Pound Foolish

Sometimes it pays to pay a vendor to develop a fee proposal that it will stand behind. Although the word “fixed” is a critical part of the term “fixed fee,” many fixed fee bids from service providers – particularly with...more

10/28/2013  /  Fixed-Fee

Think Before You Share, Part II: Can I Get My Data Back?

Following up on last week’s post, relationships with technology providers – even the best ones – don’t last forever, so it is important to understand whether (and how) you can get your data back when the relationship comes to...more

California Law Provides Minors With “Internet Eraser”

On September 23, 2013, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 568, which expands the privacy rights of minors by requiring Web site and mobile application owners to permit minors to remove their postings....more

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