Privacy & Data Security

Every ransomware attack requires the victims to make a hard decision – whether or not to pay the ransom. The decision is often made on the basis of past mistakes – failure to implement basic security (such as not implementing multi-factor authentication), failure to train personnel in recognizing phishing, or failure to establish and maintain

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Michael Moore is the Chief Privacy Officer at Lacework, handling privacy and cybersecurity, product counseling, transactions, intellectual property strategy, and open-source software. He holds the IAPP privacy qualifications of CIPP-US, CIPP-E, CIPP-C, CIPM, and CIPT. Michael

  • Central District of California dismisses lawsuit alleging that a third-party’s interception of communications over a website’s live chat feature violated California’s wiretapping and eavesdropping prohibitions.  
  • Important to the Court’s holding was its finding that the code used by the third party to acquire and transmit the contents of the chat communications was not necessarily used