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In a world that is more connected and accessible than ever, the declaration of October as national Cyber Security Awareness Month by governments and business leaders in several countries including Canada, the United States and Australia, is a strong statement that cybersecurity is an international safety concern.
The campaign aims to bring awareness to the wide scope of concerns that the term cybersecurity covers, including internet security, privacy, mobile safety, distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, botnets, hacking, data breaches, malware, pharming and phishing to name a few.
Now is a good time for businesses to review their cybersecurity practices. It is tempting to think that “it can’t happen to me”, but in the wake of Yahoo’s recent admission that personal data was hacked, it is clear that this can happen to anyone.
Of course, technological safeguards are critical to security, however operations and policy play a crucial role as well. The steps outlined below focus on tips that involve measures that go beyond technology.
Plan on a Prudent Response.
Make Continuing Education a Practice.
Create an Incident Response Team.
Have a Lead Person.
Create Relationships with Third Party Service Providers.
Consider Cyber Insurance.
Be Careful About What You Say Today.
Be Prepared – Identify Disclosure Obligations.
Work on “Operational Security” (OPSEC).
Bloggers & influencers take note! Does that product really work? Are they being paid to say that? Is that a genuine consumer review? As brands increasingly turn to bloggers, vloggers and influencers to market their products in the race for […]Continue reading →
The Internet is the basic infrastructure for global movement of data. Phenomenal growth means the Internet has become a daily presence in both the commercial arena and at home. That means that large amounts of intellectual property are in play every day Increasingly, the Internet is used in the mainstream of commerce to sell and deliver creative content and information worldwide, so issues of intellectual property protection for the material available on and through the Internet have taken on great importance. This article written be legal firm Fenwick & West LLP tells you everything, and probably more than you ever thought of, about international copyright and your content online. Worth bookmarking for future reference.
Speed vs. Privacy Podcast
In the show today, Marcello Sukhdeo talks about a super fast removable storage card from Samsung that is five times faster than microSD cards, also, how to remove embarrassing searches on Google.
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Toronto, ON – June 21, 2016 – Do you ever wonder if your cell phone provider is logging your location? Or if your online dating app is sharing your sexual preferences with marketers? Does your fitness tracker know more […]Continue reading →
Top Tips to Avoid Liability for Blogs and other Online Publications – Lexology Borden Ladner Gervais LLP Many companies encourage employees to blog or otherwise engage customers through social media. While at times providing effective means of marketing to or […]Continue reading →
Seggie v. Roofdog Games Inc.: Who is the Author of Videogame Software for Copyright Purposes? – Lexology