Update to “Ten Easy Cyber Security Measures to Add to Your 2016 List of New Year’s Resolutions”

financial institutions pic 9661402Medium(1)One of the goals of our HITECH Law blog is to start dialogue and share information and insights in the ever changing world of cyber security.  In our previous post, “Ten Easy Cyber Security Measures…”, we relayed some information from the FBI about thieves breaking into gas pumps and inserting card readers.  One of our readers sent us some additional information we are passing along, with her permission.

“Some responsible retailers have studied how criminals are getting into pumps, and those retailers have invested a lot of time and money in pump protection after delivery from the manufacturer.  Because the safety and security of our guests is of utmost importance to us, Thorntons has spent more than $1 million over the past 18 months to make our pumps more secure for our customers.  To prevent card skimming at Thorntons’ pumps, we added Continue reading

Wyatt to sponsor the Kentucky Chamber’s Cyber Security and Data Protection Seminar

KY Chamber Cyber Security Seminar 2015

Wyatt will be sponsoring the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce‘s Cyber Security and Data Protection Seminar on December 17, 2015 in Lexington, Kentucky.  Kathie McDonald-McClure, Dayo Seton, Lisa Underwood and Martha Ziskind will be presenting on the following topics:

  • Kathie McDonald-McClure – “Is Your Cybersecurity Policy Up to Snuff? Do You Have One?”
  • Dayo Seton and Lisa Underwood – “Breaking Developments in Cyber Privacy Law – Is Your Company in the Know?”
  • Lisa Underwood – “Key Provisions to Address in Agreements with Your Vendors”
  • Martha Ziskind – “Federal Trade Commission Takes Driver’s Seat in Setting Data Privacy and Security Standards (or Not)”

This seminar will provide attendees with information on how to prevent a data breach from occurring and ensure that their company policies are in step with current federal laws and regulations.

Please click here to view the full agenda and register.