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Sony Pictures Lawsuit Highlights Breadth of Cybersecurity Breach Impact

December 19, 2014

By Jason Straight, Senior Vice President, Chief Privacy Officer, UnitedLex

In the latest of the hacking scandals, Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc. not only had its employees’ sensitive data splashed across the Internet, but it now is facing a class action lawsuit filed on behalf of current and former employees whose data was compromised. The lawsuit alleges that Sony Pictures knew about security vulnerabilities in its...

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3 Steps to Immediately Enhance Cyber Security During the Holidays

December 12, 2014

By Jason Straight, Senior Vice President, Chief Privacy Officer, UnitedLex

With the busiest retail month of the year now upon us, security breaches, such as Target debacle last year, are on the mind of many consumers this year.  Although these fears haven’t stopped the tide of online commerce, you don’t want to find yourself in a Target...

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The Top To Do’s at ACC’s 2014 Annual Meeting

October 29, 2014

The Association of Corporate Counsel’s 2014 Annual Meeting is under way, and we’re honored to be exhibiting. But we know that’s not why you’re attending – although we certainly hope you’ll stop by the UnitedLex booth and say hello. ACC has a full slate of sessions geared toward helping corporate counsel handle all sorts of legal problems, stay...

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General Counsel: Illuminating the “Unknown Unknowns” of Data Breach Response

October 23, 2014

By Jason Straight, Senior Vice President, Chief Privacy Officer, UnitedLex

If you’re like most attorneys, the recent deluge of large-scale data breaches affecting premier brands including Home Depot, Chase and Staples, to name a few, rattled you a little. The ...

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For Investors, Litigation Worries Eclipse Cybersecurity

October 14, 2014

By Dave Canfield, Senior Managing Director, Client Solutions, UnitedLex

A recent article in Bloomberg BusinessWeek highlighted how litigation is quickly becoming more of a concern for investors than the European Central Bank (ECB) test of balance sheets, and for good reason. The ECB test doesn’t cover...

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