ABA's Month-In-Brief Features Alan S. Wernick's Discussion of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Advisory on Ransomware-Caused Data Breaches
Alan S. Wernick recently discussed the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s (CISA) latest guidance on protecting information from ransomware data breaches in the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Month-In-Brief: Internet Law and Cybersecurity.
Alan’s piece, “CISA Issues Guidance on Protecting Sensitive and Personal Information from Ransomware-Caused Data Breaches,” emphasizes the need to recognize the threat cyber-attacks may pose to a company or institution’s infrastructure.
He further explains that in order to manage the risks that cyber-attacks entail, businesses should utilize all available resources provided by the government and commercial vendors, in addition to their other available resources.
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Alan is an experienced business transactions attorney and advocate focusing his practice in the areas of information technology, privacy and cybersecurity and intellectual property law. For more than 35 years, Alan has worked as an arbitrator and mediator serving parties involved in disputes in his practice areas.