Cybercrime is currently on the rise, and is predicted to cost the world $6 trillion yearly by 2021. A Reader’s Digest’s article offers nineteen methods to avoid cyberattacks such as stolen money, lost productivity, restoration and the deletion of hacked data and systems. Unfortunately, there is no guaranteed protection from such acts. Braden Perry advises using
Perry, among other digital currency experts, was highlighted in a Fintech Zoom article discussing Facebook’s plan to operate its own digital currency. There are concerns about ensuring the privacy of their data, for Facebook does not have a positive track record securing users’ information. Braden Perry – Cybersecurity Attorney, said: The major takeaway is
A cybersecurity and regulatory attorney, Braden Perry is featured discussing the security concerns over Huawei and other Chinese companies in a Washington Examiner article. A number of U.S. policymakers have raised alarms that Huawei could potentially be growing in surveillance backdoors into it’s equipment, after President Trump issued a warning. to end an export license that
The Securities and Exchange Commission recently announced that a Des Moines-based broker-dealer and investment adviser has agreed to pay $1 million to settle charges related to its failures in cybersecurity policies and procedures surrounding a cyber intrusion that compromised personal information of thousands of customers. This is the latest SEC action demonstrating that cybersecurity must be tailored to the practices of the business.
The SEC charged Voya Financial Advisors Inc. (VFA) with violating the Safeguards Rule and the Identity Theft Red Flags Rule, which are designed to protect confidential customer information and protect customers from the risk of identity theft. This is the first SEC enforcement action charging violations of the Identity Theft Red Flags Rule.
Former CFTC Attorney Braden Perry Quoted in June 2016 Issue of Of Counsel: The Legal Practice and Management Report Recent Law Firm Hacking Underscores the Need for Action June 10, 2016 Even a casual monitor of recent news knows that BigLaw has been hacked—again. In late March The Wall Street Journal reported that several of