Privacy, Data & Cyber Law
March 15, 2023 |
Debbie Isaacson was interviewed for the Newsday article, “Data breaches near historic high,” which talks about the near-record number of data breaches in 2022. The breaches were driven, in large part, by attacks on supply chains.
Debbie noted that New York’s SHIELD Act, which became law in 2019, requires a person or business to notify anyRead More
October 18, 2022 |
Rivkin Radler partner Shari Claire Lewis will be a presenter at the October 19, 2022, program, When Hackers Attack Your Practice, Will You Be Prepared?
The presentation will educate law firm owners and managing partners on the risks associated with cyber-related exposures and how to be prepared in the event of an attack.
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October 13, 2022 | | |
Rivkin Radler Partner Nancy A. Del Pizzo was named to New Jersey Law Journal’s 2022 Women Attorneys of the Year, one of only 18 to be recognized. Del Pizzo’s accomplishments will be described in detail in a special supplement to be published by the Law Journal later this year.
Del Pizzo, a Summit, NJ, resident,Read More
August 1, 2022 |
Nancy Del Pizzo was the special editor of New Jersey Lawyer magazine’s August issue, which focuses on Privacy Law.
In addition to penning the opening editorial, Nancy assigned and edited the seven articles in the edition, which address critical issues, recent decisions and valuable practice tips for attorneys in the privacy space.
Nancy serves onRead More
January 4, 2022 |
Benjamin Wisher wrote one of most widely read articles on the topic of HIPAA on JD Supra for all of 2021.
The post, “New CT Cybersecurity Law Protects Against Liability For Data Breaches,” was the 12th most popular on the content syndicator’s list.Read More
October 29, 2021 |
Shari Lewis’ comments were noted in the Part B News article, “Inside job: Use tech, common sense to repel employee threats to your cybersecurity.” The story relates how disgruntled employees sometimes commit purposeful acts of cyber sabotage.
According to Shari, ““We’ve seen cases like this all the time on both sides. The disgruntled ex-employee who inRead More
June 11, 2021 |
Shari Lewis was quoted in the Crain’s New York Business article, “The NY law businesses should know about as cyberthreats intensify.”
The article discusses how recent hacks have raised the alarm for New York businesses. One year ago, the state enacted a new law requiring strengthened cybersecurity. The law attempted to minimize potential loopholes. CompaniesRead More
December 18, 2020 |
Shari Claire Lewis was interviewed for the Crain’s New York Business article, “US government hack highlights cyber risks for city businesses,” which discusses the impact on small businesses of the recently revealed data hack on the U.S. federal government, purportedly sponsored by Russia.
“We have a number of companies now coming to us and saying, ‘DoRead More
November 11, 2020 | |
On November 11, Alan Rutkin spoke at the virtual FDCC webinar, “Insurance Coverage Issues Arising from Cyber Claims.” Alan, an FDCC Defense Counsel member, provided an update on the new and unique cyber claims and the coverage issues they present.
The presentation reviewed the following:
Cyber losses are increasing in number and severity….and so tooRead More
April 22, 2020 |
On April 21, 2020, Nancy Del Pizzo moderated and presented on a live webinar panel titled: The Evolving Landscape of Privacy and Cybersecurity. She was joined by co-presenters Stephen E. Breidenbach and R. Jason Straight. The one-hour presentation is available for re-viewing and CLE by the American Bar Association.
The webinar was sponsored by theRead More
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