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Equifax Removes Arbitration Clause; Confirms No Credit Card Required for Free Credit Monitoring Service

USA - September 15 2017 In our alert earlier this week, we cautioned that there were concerns with the arbitration clause in Equifax’s Terms of Use for its one year of free...

Romaine Marshall.

ID Theft Protection and Credit Monitoring for Equifax Cyberattack: Get It But Proceed With Caution

USA - September 11 2017 In connection with a massive security breach of a severity beyond those previously reported, Equifax is offering identity theft protection and credit...

Romaine Marshall.

Idaho County's Ransomware Payment Is a Good Reminder to Check Your Preparedness

USA - March 9 2017 A recent article reporting that Bingham County paid approximately $3,500 in ransom to recover information and spent nearly $100,000 to respond to the...

The Rising Cost of Ransomware Attacks: Add Breach Notification Expenses Per HHS Guidance

USA - August 15 2016 A Cybercriminal Is holding Your ePHI for Ransom. What Just Happened? You’ve just become the victim of an age-old crime with an electronic twist...

C. Matt Sorensen.

Labor Day Executive Order requires federal contractors to provide paid sick leave

USA - September 11 2015 Continuing the Obama Administration’s efforts to increase employee wages and to expand workplace benefits and protections through Executive Orders...

G. Matthew Koehl.