Tag:Cybersecurity

Colorado Will Get $8.3 Million in Google Settlement Over Location Tracking Practices

Colorado and 39 other states reached a $395 million settlement with Google over misleading location tracking practices to sell targeted ads.

Merchant & Gould Launches Business Consulting Group Focused on Copyright Infringement

As sales grow in online marketplaces, concerns continue to rise when it comes to counterfeiting and copyright infringement.

Federal Judges Request Funds to Keep Up With Security Risks, Growing Workload and Other Concerns

Federal judges asked for increased funding for the judicial branch to keep up cyber security concerns, staffing shortages and more.

Legal Departments Expect to Hire More Attorneys and Face Data Privacy, M&A Challenges in 2022

A new survey reveals corporate legal departments expect to hire more attorneys and outsource more work in 2022 compared to last year.

Cybersecurity, Data Privacy Among Top Concerns for Corporate Counsel

A survey of chief legal officers shows cybersecurity, compliance concerns and data privacy are the top issues facing businesses.

Survey Says Smaller Companies Less Prepared to Deal with New Risks

Chief legal officers at smaller companies are less confident about the ability to deal with emerging risks according to a recent survey.

Monitoring Medical Device Security

A medical device can be anything from a tongue depressor to an implantable neurostimulator. But what cybersecurity and health care attorneys are concerned about...