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It Just Doesn’t Feel Right: Why The Ashley Madison Hack Strikes at the Heart of Privacy

Posted in Ashley Madison, Privacy

Putting aside the salacious details, there is something different about the Ashley Madison hack when compared to other high profile breaches at Anthem or Target. The Ashley Madison breach revealed secrets that are now known forever.   What makes the Ashley Madison attack feel different is that it involved personal and intimate information, disclosed for public… Continue Reading

The Internet of Flying Things: Drones and Privacy

Posted in Drones, Privacy

Before modern aviation, control of airspace followed the maxim that “whoever owns the soil owns the air up to the heavens.”   This concept could not survive modern times, giving way to the FAA’s control over airspace. And now this airspace will be crowded with drones (officially, UAS for “unmanned aircraft systems” or UAV for “unmanned aerial vehicles”).  Who regulates drone usage or the airspace… Continue Reading

Reminder: Webinar Series on Cyber & Privacy Breaches & Their Insurance Impacts Starts October 4

Posted in Breach Notification Laws, Coverage, Insurance, Privacy, Privacy Legislation

Our webinar series on cyber and privacy breaches and their insurance impacts begins on October 4, 2011 at 10:00 C.S.T. with the introductory presentation Cyber Data: If You Use It, Don’t Lose It: An Introduction to Cyber and Privacy Breaches and Their Insurance Impact. You can still register here for this complimentary webinar. See you… Continue Reading