The federal banking agencies recently issued a final regulation that will require a bank to notify its primary federal regulator of a cyberattack, or computer-security incident, no later than 36 hours after the bank determines a “notification incident” occurred. The… Read more
Supreme Court of Virginia Declines Certified Questions from Federal Court in In re: Capital One Consumer Data Security Breach Litigation The lawsuit In re: Capital One Consumer Data Security Breach Litigation, has already spawned new precedence related to engaging forensic… Read more
In a growing trend, states around the nation are passing or considering their own data privacy laws. The Colorado Privacy Act (CPA, or “the Act”) will make Colorado the third state to pass major data privacy legislation. This expanding web… Read more
Even as the world slowed in 2020, threat actors picked up their pace and used work-from-home infrastructure to spread malicious attacks. These bad actors also exploited trusted software vendors from Solar Winds to Microsoft, pushing new vulnerabilities across tens of… Read more
The Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA, or “the Act”) makes Virginia the second state in the nation to have sweeping data privacy legislation. Nationally the CDPA could drive conversations around consumer data privacy and potentially spark discussions of a… Read more
Rarely do Virginia and California fall into the same camp on legislation, but that may change with Virginia’s Consumer Data Privacy Act (the “Act”). The Virginia House of Delegates overwhelmingly passed the Act on January 29th, and the Virginia Senate… Read more
Welcome to 2021! The Woods Rogers Cybersecurity and Data Privacy group is excited for new beginnings and a new year of solving privacy problems. Now is the time to review 2020’s wild ride from a data privacy law perspective and… Read more
The business impacts of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic are unprecedented and still becoming clear as the virus spreads domestically and abroad. While direct impacts such as supply chain disruptions and decreases in revenue from canceled events are to be expected,… Read more
An increase in a virtual workforce and a stressful health and safety environment means a high likelihood of an increase in cybercrime. Now is the time to not only test your IT infrastructure for managing the strain of an increase… Read more
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