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Secretary of State: Arizona’s election hacking was ‘much ado about nothing’

Posted by   /  October 6, 2017  /  Cyberlaw, Cybersecurity, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

KTAR.COM Officials with the Arizona Secretary of State’s office said reports that hackers believed to be directed by the Russian government breached Arizona’s state election database last year were “much ado about little or nothing.” Before the 2016 presidential election, the FBI said it uncovered information that hackers breached Arizona’s state election database in an […]

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BeyondTrust names the 5 deadly sins related to why data breaches occur, and how to fix it; Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group litigator focusing on cybersecurity, stresses increased ‘oversight’

Posted by   /  September 22, 2017  /  Cyberlaw, Cybersecurity  /  No Comments

By Hayley Ringle | Phoenix Business Journal With so many data breaches originating from the abuse or misuse of privileged credentials, Phoenix-based cybersecurity software provider BeyondTrust Software Inc. has identified the five deadly sins of privileged access management. After surveying nearly 500 IT professionals from around the world during May and June with involvement in privileged access […]

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How Equifax breach could hurt home sales; Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group litigator focusing on cybersecurity, says ‘breach could complicate everything’

Posted by   /  September 19, 2017  /  Cyberlaw, Cybersecurity, Real Estate  /  No Comments

RealtorMag The recent Equifax data breach, which exposed the personal information of about 143 million Americans—one of the largest hacks on record—could put home sales at risk. For consumers trying to get a mortgage, the data breach, which compromised people’s Social Security numbers, addresses, and credit card information, could stall their loan approval or put them […]

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Unlike most industries, drone makers and operators clamor for federal regulation; current regs insufficient, says Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group cybersecurity attorney

Posted by   /  September 18, 2017  /  Cyberlaw, Government and Politics, Rose Law Group, Transportation  /  No Comments

Leaders seek approval for broader commercial applications, so they buck the trend toward looser government oversight By Andy Pasztor | The Wall Street Journal   espite White House directives rolling back regulations affecting most industries, drone proponents are clamoring for more federal rules as the way to open up the skies for unmanned aircraft. The counterintuitive […]

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How porn can get you fired, sued, exposed and blackmailed; insight provided by Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group founder and president, and Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group cybersecurity attorney

Posted by   /  August 10, 2017  /  Cyberlaw, Featured News  /  No Comments

By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal Jordan Rose and Lauren Reynolds are seeing a number of new lawsuits being filed in Arizona involving copyright infringement related to purported downloads of movies, pornography and other material online. “Regular people, business leaders, moms are being sued for allegedly illegally downloading movies and pornography from file-sharing programs,” said Rose, managing […]

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Arizona Businesses Under Cyberattack

Posted by   /  August 2, 2017  /  Cyberlaw, Cybersecurity  /  No Comments

By Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group attorney focusing her practice on cyber security and Dan Gauthier This year, small and medium sized businesses in every state have been exposed to increased security threats, according to a new study by security software company Malwarebytes. These businesses are particularly vulnerable to attack because many do not have a dedicated IT department or […]

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Attorneys general ask Supreme Court to review Microsoft data case

Posted by   /  August 1, 2017  /  Courts/Law, Cyberlaw, Cybersecurity  /  No Comments

Arizona Daily Independent Arizona and 32 other states have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether email service providers can shield evidence of a crime from U.S. law enforcement by storing data on servers located outside the United States. The 33 states − led by Vermont – filed a legal brief asking the U.S. […]

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Tech companies are pushing back against biometric privacy laws; Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group litigation attorney who focuses on privacy and data breach issues, comments

Posted by   /  July 25, 2017  /  Cyberlaw, Cybersecurity  /  No Comments

They want your body By Kartikay Mehrota | Bloomberg Privacy advocates cheered when Illinois passed its Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) in 2008 regulating commercial use of finger, iris, and facial scans. With companies such as Facebook Inc. and Google Inc. developing facial tagging technology, it was clear that laws would be needed to ensure companies didn’t collect and use biometric data […]

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Congress considers self-driving vehicle laws

Posted by   /  July 24, 2017  /  Cyberlaw, Cybersecurity, Featured News  /  No Comments

By Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group attorney focusing her practice on cyber security and Dan Gauthier The potential consequences from lax cybersecurity have been well documented.  One hypothetical scenario garnering specific attention is a hacker being able to remotely control a “smart” vehicle.  In 2015, for example, a pair of “white hat” hackers – or ethical hackers – […]

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[VIDEO] Tillerson to shut cyber office in state department reorganization; Rose Law Group litigation attorney Lauren Reynolds, who focuses on privacy and data breach issues, says ‘international cooperation’ vital

Posted by   /  July 21, 2017  /  Cyberlaw, Cybersecurity  /  No Comments

By Nick Wadhams and Nafeesa Syeed | Bloomberg Cyber coordinator helped negotiate 2015 pact with China Office will be merged into bureau handling economic affairs Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is shutting down an office that coordinates cyber issues with other countries, according to two people familiar with the plan, in a move that critics […]

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