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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...

Claire C. Rosston.


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...

Claire C. Rosston.


Trump Executive Order Embraces New Standards for Federal Cybersecurity

USA - May 16 2017 On May 12, 2017 the WannaCry ransomware attack made world-wide headlines, and affected thousands of private entities and government agencies...

C. Matt Sorensen.


New York's New Cybersecurity Regulation for Financial Institutions Will Have National Reach

USA - March 1 2017 Cyber-crime and identity theft pose an ever-increasing threat to the consumers of financial products and services. To confront this threat, New...

C. Matt Sorensen.


New Federal Guidance on Data Breaches, also Instructive for the Private Sector

USA - January 13 2017 In today’s information-driven economy, it is not just corporations that are under attack from hackers. Since federal agencies also collect, use...

C. Matt Sorensen.