Rothwell Figg attorney Christopher Ott published a chapter titled “Phantom Responsibility: How Data Security and Privacy Lapses Lead to Personal Liability for Officers and Directors” in the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Cybersecurity 2021, published by Global Legal Group, Ltd.

Boards of directors ignore data security and privacy risks to companies at the peril of

Although this is no ordinary campaign, recent news shows how politicians have many of the same worries as typical businesses.  On Thursday, October 29, 2020, the Wisconsin Republican Party reported that it had been victimized by a Business Email Compromise (BEC). There are many ways in which a criminal may conduct a BEC scam but

On Wednesday, September 23, 2020, Rothwell Figg attorneys Martin Zoltick, Jenny Colgate, and Caitlin Wilmot presented a Lexology webinar titled “Employee privacy and security considerations in the age of COVID-19”.

To view the recording of the webinar, please click here. To request the slides from the webinar, please send an email to RFPrivacy@rfem.com

Partners Martin Zoltick and Jenny Colgate with associate Caitlin Wilmot will present a webinar in conjunction with Lexology titled “Employee privacy and security considerations in the age of COVID-19” on Wednesday, September 23, 2020, from 11 am – 12 pm ET.

The world changed dramatically in early 2020 as COVID-19 forced companies worldwide to change

Partners Martin Zoltick and Jenny Colgate, along with associate Caitlin Wilmot, will present a webinar titled “Connected Healthcare – Navigating the Patchwork of US Privacy Laws and Developing a Platform that Promotes Trust” for the American Bar Association (ABA) on Monday, September 21, 2020, at 1 pm ET.

As the field of connected

Cybersecurity does not just pose technical challenges; companies must always keep their eye on the human component of cyber risk.  For example, even the most damaging and sophisticated hacks – such as the recent Twitter hacks – can result from spear-phishing. Imagine that: multi-billion-dollar new technology communication apparatuses brought to their knees by charming fraudsters

Rothwell Figg attorneys Martin M. Zoltick and Jenny L. Colgate published a chapter titled “Privacy, Data Protection, and Cybersecurity: A State-Law Analysis” in the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Data Protection 2020, published by Global Legal Group Ltd.

While some countries have enacted comprehensive privacy and data protection laws, like the EU’s General Data Protection

There are a number of state student privacy laws of which schools and technology companies whose programs and services are being used for educational purposes during the Coronavirus pandemic should be aware.

For example, a number of states have student online personal information protection acts (SOPIPAs) which prohibit website, online/cloud service, and application vendors from