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Users beware: are portable storage devices putting your systems at risk? *

USA - August 12 2014
A recent article in CIO magazine highlights the potential security risks posed by using USB thumb drives. The premise of the article—that the…

Co-authors: James R. Sherwood.

Have you read your severability clause lately? *

USA - July 16 2014
A severability clause is one of those boilerplate sections that are typically hidden among the miscellaneous clauses at the end of a contract…

Co-authors: Lauren O'Garro-Moore.

European Commission discusses big data *

European Union - July 10 2014
The European Commission (the Commission) recently issued a press release recognizing the potential of data collection and exploitation (or "big…

Co-authors: Doneld G. Shelkey.

Florida’s strict new data breach notification law takes effect *

USA - July 8 2014
The new law sets up one of the most robust data protection regimes in the United States and is relevant to any business that collects personal…

Co-authors: Gregory T. Parks, Ron N. Dreben, W. Reece Hirsch, Joseph E. Washington.

Changes to the TUPE regulations *

United Kingdom - June 25 2014
On January 30, 2014, the amended standards of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE) came into effect. Some…

Co-authors: James R. Sherwood.

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