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FTC’s “Stick With Security” #8: Make Sure Your Service Providers Use Reasonable Security Measures

On September 15, 2017, the FTC released its eighth “Stick with Security” principle, which offers advice that individuals and organizations should consider when hiring others to process sensitive data. A few tips for making...more

FTC’s “Stick With Security” #7: Apply Sound Security Practices When Developing New Products

On September 8, 2017, the FTC released its seventh “Stick with Security” principle, which offered guidance regarding how companies incorporate security by design to prevent or minimize threats in the following ways...more

FTC’s “Stick With Security” #6: Protect Remote Access To Your Network

On September 1, 2017, the FTC released its sixth “Stick with Security” principle, which highlighted the steps businesses can take to ensure that “outside entryways” into network systems are secure. Securing remote access to a...more

FTC’s “Stick With Security” #5: Segment Your Network And Monitor Who’s Trying To Get In And Out

On August 25, 2017, the FTC released its fifth “Stick with Security” principal, which focused on how companies can protect their virtual “entrances and exits” and make life harder for hackers. The FTC believes that the...more

FTC’s “Stick With Security” #4: Store Sensitive Information Securely & Protect It During Transmission

On August 18, 2017, the FTC released its fourth “Stick with Security” principle, which explained the importance of keeping confidential data only when needed, and securely storing the data when it must be kept. To that end,...more

FTC’s “Stick With Security” #3: Require Secure Passwords and Authentication

On August 11, 2017, the FTC released its third “Stick with Security” principle, which touched on the necessity of strong authentication practices. Secure passwords and fortified authentication practices make it that much...more

FTC’s “Stick With Security” #2: Control Access to Data Sensibly

On August 4, 2017, the FTC released its second “Stick with Security” principle, which addressed the next step a company should take after it has identified confidential data in its possession and determined what information...more

Update: Third Round of NAFTA Negotiations Concludes - Compromise Possible?

The third round of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations among the United States, Canada, and Mexico concluded at the end of September. Similar to the position taken after the second round of...more

“Stick With Security” - Getting Up to Speed With the FTC’s New Initiative

Companies that have experienced data breaches or security hacks have subsequently found themselves the subject of enforcement actions by the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) for violating the FTC Act, due to inadequate...more

Update: Second Round of NAFTA Negotiations Concludes - Progress Made?

The second round of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations among the United States, Canada, and Mexico concluded earlier this month. While official statements from the countries indicated that all three...more

NAFTA Renegotiations – Are You Prepared for Changes in Supply Chain Operations and Market Growth Planning?

On August 16, 2017, the United States, Canada, and Mexico began renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (“NAFTA”). According to reports, the negotiations are scheduled to be expedited in an effort to be complete...more

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