Privacy & Cybersecurity Update - September 2014

In This Issue:

- Home Depot Data Breach — Lawsuits, Calls to Action and Lessons Learned

- Skadden Participates in FBI Cyber-Intelligence Workshop

- FTC Explores Impact of ‘Big Data’ on American Consumers in Public Workshop

- Target Responds to Data Security Breach Class Action Suit by Credit Card Issuers

- Federal Court Allows California Customer Records Act Claims to Proceed Against Adobe

- Neiman Marcus Defeats Class Action Claim

- FDIC Chairman Stresses Importance of Cybersecurity

- U.S. Financial Services Industry Unites to Share Cyber Attack Information

- LabMD and Wyndham Continue to Challenge Broad FTC Security Review

- The Potential Impact on Data Privacy of Recent Changes in the European Commission

- Excerpt from HOME DEPOT DATA BREACH — LAWSUITS, CALLS TO ACTION AND LESSONS LEARNED:

The recent data breach effecting Home Depot has attracted the now-all-too-common mix of media attention, negative publicity and class action lawsuits. This incident highlights the importance of establishing a cyber attack critical response plan and closely monitoring data security at the execution level...

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