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Cybersecurity Update — July 2015

Employees are the front line of your information security defense. While technological protections are essential (for example, antivirus software, firewalls, spam filters, etc.), none are as effective as a vigilant end user. We have created these checklists of measures of which every user should be aware. By sharing them with individuals within your organization, you can dramatically increase not only the security of your systems and data, but the user’s own personal computers and data. All too frequently, the security of one can impact the other.

Inside this edition:

  • An Individual’s Information Security Checklist

  • Cyber Insurance: Is Your Business Prepared?

  • Insights on Recent Developments

  • Negligence Actions Hit UCLA, Sony, and Home Depot Boards

  • Plan and Train for Security Incidents Now

  • Law Watch: Cybersecurity Legislation That Could Affect Your Business

  • Information Security Audits: Precautions and Considerations

Download This Cybersecurity Update

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About this Author

Dennis A. Cardoza, public affairs director, Foley Lardner, law firm
Director, Public Affairs

Dennis A. Cardoza is a public affairs director, co-chair of the Federal Public Affairs Practice and chair of the California Public Affairs Practice of Foley & Lardner LLP. He advises a broad range of clients on legislative, regulatory, and public policy and advocacy matters, and has extensive policy experience with respect to water resource, banking, housing, infrastructure, energy, agriculture, education, foreign affairs, and health care issues.

Michael K. Chung, Foley Lardner, Technology Lawyer, Outsourcing Attorney

Michael Chung is an associate and intellectual property lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP. Mr. Chung’s experience has included providing advice and counsel to startups regarding business development and funding strategies. He is a member of the firm’s Technology Transactions & Outsourcing Practice.

Mr. Chung has considerable experience as a consultant for Accenture plc. In that capacity, he worked with a diverse set of clients to design and implement digital supply chain solutions for electronic content delivery, redesign business operations to harness mobile computing and big data analytics, provide technical evaluations during contract negotiations, and conduct user training in new business processes.

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