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Securing Your Home’s Digital Entry Points

We’re all concerned with our home’s physical security, but so often we forget to pay the same amount of attention to our digital security. However, leaving your home’s digital entry points open is like leaving your front door...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Travis is still kicking around at Uber, and he made that quite clear late last week by using his “outsize voting rights” to name two directors to the 8-member board ahead of a vote to reduce Kalanick’s voting power at the...more

CFPB Walks the Data Privacy Tightrope on Public HMDA Disclosures

In the wake of the Equifax data breach, consumers, companies, and regulators alike are cognizant of the potential exposure of personal information, and many companies are looking at ways to decrease the risk of unauthorized...more

More Companies Must Comply with the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, But Don’t Know It. Are You One of Them?

by Dickinson Wright on

When the topic of data privacy and cyber security comes up, most people automatically think of data breaches, especially given the high-profile nature of so many of them. Breaches and hacks are certainly an issue about which...more

Data Collection at Retail Properties - Risks and Recommendations

by King & Spalding on

Brick-and-mortar retailers and other property-level businesses have increasingly taken advantage of technology in learning about consumer behavior. Businesses can enhance consumer experiences through targeted marketing,...more

Trust No One - Lunchtime Deals Should End in Intention, Not Retention

by Burr & Forman on

What You Can Learn about Vendor Management from the DocuSign Breach While some industries may get away with the “trust but verify” model, heavily regulated industries such as financial services have no such luxury. Trust...more

Did WannaCry make you want to cry? Real risks for landlords and tenants

by Hogan Lovells on

As the extent of the damage caused by the recent WannaCry ransomware virus becomes clearer, businesses across the world have been reminded of the critical importance of cyber security measures, and the potential fall-out...more

DocuSign Breach Leads to Email Malware Campaign Requesting Wire Transfers

Electronic signature technology company DocuSign has admitted that it suffered a breach of one of its computer systems resulting in stolen data including customer and user email addresses. The breach has allowed the hackers...more

DocuSign Breach a Strong Reminder for the Mortgage Industry to Manage Third-Party Service Provider Risks

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

On May 16, DocuSign confirmed that a data breach resulted in widespread malware phishing attacks targeting its customers. DocuSign provides electronic signature solutions for many companies in the mortgage banking industry...more

Smart Buildings - not all just bricks and mortar

by DLA Piper on

Imagine a day where any part of a building can report its own state of health, when a machine can tell you if its feeling unwell and 'needs a service', when you can track and prevent, before it happens, a water or gas leakage...more

PLI 22nd Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute – 25 Percent Discount Available

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

We are pleased to invite you to the 22nd Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute, sponsored by the Practising Law Institute, March 27-28, 2017, in New York City (and by live webcast and groupcast in Atlanta and...more

Privacy Tip #70 – Renters: Check out This Scam Thwarted by the FTC

I know a lot of people who have looked for and been successful in finding an apartment and/or a roommate on Craigslist. If you are looking for an apartment on Craigslist right now—listen up....more

Hacktastrophe: How cyber-attacks on critical U.S. infrastructure could lead to catastrophic property loss

by Zelle LLP on

Although cyber-attacks have traditionally implicated more liability-leaning coverages, several attacks in recent years should give property insurers cause for concern going into the future. Hackers have proven they can seize...more

Financial Services Weekly News - September 2016 #2

by Goodwin on

Editor's Note - In this edition. The NYDFS proposed a cybersecurity regulation governing New York-chartered banks and insurance companies, the OCC released its bank supervision priorities in its annual supervision...more

N.Y. Moves Ahead with Proposed Cybersecurity Regulations for Financial Institutions

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

The New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) will require all institutions subject to NYDFS supervision to establish and maintain a cybersecurity program meeting "certain regulatory minimum standards." All financial...more

Advertising Law - September 2016 #2

FTC Gives Academic Journals a Failing Grade - The Federal Trade Commission recently filed suit against the publisher of online academic journals that the agency accused of deceiving academics and researchers. OMICS...more

A New Solution to an Old Problem

by Goodwin on

Citizens in many countries the world over are plagued by an inability to record their land interests in a reliable and secure registry. Inefficiency, corruption and nepotism are rife, leaving countless people at risk of...more

AOL, Dropbox and the Big “uh-oh”

A New York couple brought suit against their former law firm because it used an America Online account to transact firm business. If you are my age you probably remember that AOL and “You’ve got mail!” were the future—back...more

Valuable Information Security Lessons from the Olympus Mortgage vs. Guaranteed Rate Case

by Baker Donelson on

Late last month a jury awarded Mount Olympus Mortgage Company (MOMC) more than $25 million for their claims against Guaranteed Rate (Guaranteed), which alleged Guaranteed along with other former employees of MOMC illegally...more

CFPB engaged in process to allow public input on privacy questions under new HMDA rule

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

On January 11, Elena Babinecz, a CFPB attorney, spoke as part of a panel relating to the revised HMDA rule at the Winter Meeting of the Consumer Financial Services Committee of the Business Law Section of the American Bar...more

Another Cyber-Risk: Hacks That Cause Property Damage and Interrupt Business Processes

by Bilzin Sumberg on

In recent years, there has been no shortage of news about large-scale data privacy breaches; incidents that have affected tens of millions of consumers nationwide. Those incidents have spurred a growing market for so-called...more

Friendly Skies in California After Governor Brown Vetoes Drone Restrictions, Federal Response Uncertain

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

Iconic California tech companies are helping to pioneer the drone revolution. For over a year, Google’s advanced-research arm, Google X, has been testing its Project Wing aircraft in cooperation with NASA, moving ever-closer...more

Florida Law Creates Right of Action against Drone Operators for Surveillance of Private Property

A bill passed by the Florida legislature and signed into law earlier this year expands Florida’s Freedom from Unwanted Surveillance Act (F.S. 934.50) to prohibit the use of a drone to record images of private property, or the...more

Information Security: MBA Whitepaper

Recently, the Mortgage Bankers Association released “The Basic Components of an Information Security Program,” for small and medium size companies in the mortgage industry that may not have the resources to stay well-informed...more

California Senate Sends Bill To Governor Restricting Use Of Drones On Private Property

by King & Spalding on

The California Senate has sent a bill to Governor Brown that, if signed, would create trespass liability for those flying unmanned aircraft systems (“UAS”), more commonly known as drones, lower than 350 feet above private...more

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