Emerging Markets Law

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Unauthorized Computer Access, Without Service Interruption, May Be Cause for Action

In a case of first impression, the Eleventh Circuit has held that an employer need not show an interruption of service to prove actionable harm under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) and other federal laws. This is good news for employers and potentially for others who suffer computer intrusions.

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Cyber Hygiene Habits: Have a Plan For Your Employees

Posted In Employment Issues, In-House Counsel, Industry, Litigation, Miscellaneous, Privacy

For 2015, we are addressing data security and privacy by discussion of topics relating to information security and hygiene. Parts one and two covered knowledge of what laws cover your business and of what data you have in your networks. This installment covers the human side of data handling: which employees have access to your data, and why.

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