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
Braden Perry Featured in Cointelegraph Article on Decentralization and Security Issues with Decentralized Apps
On January 9th, on Cointelegraph posted an article discussing Google and Apple’s flip-flop on Crypto. The proliferation of Decentralized Apps (“DApps”) and the lack of regulatory clarity creates a headache for tech giants. Among other experts, Braden Perry discusses security issues and regulation with (“DApps”). “Regulation is inevitable. How it will affect crypto depends on
On Parents.com, Perry is highlighted discussing the legality of teachers using a live-stream feature in their classrooms. One particular mom discovered her child’s classroom was being live-streamed via a Facebook page, where over 100,000 followers were watching. Many teachers have been using live footage on Facebook, and other forms of social media to market and
TechNewsWorld sources Perry for his regulatory and compliance knowledge regarding new technology research done at a Swedish University in Zurich. New developments show a method that embeds artificial DNA into an object. This new process is being called “DNA of Things“, or “DoT”, a storage architecture to create materials with immutable memory. “With the ability
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
Private Industry Notification (PIN) 20190102-001 was being distributed to make private sector partners aware of the exploitation of audio visual communication devices on networks to identify vulnerabilities which could later be used to gain access and unlawfully acquire information about the organization. The alert was released as TLP: Green and the details, including useful information
Braden Perry, a regulatory and enforcement attorney that works in areas of novel and emerging technology with a financial focus, was featured in Meeting Professionals International (MPI) article on the Marriott data breach. “Vendors have a lot of data,” Perry said. “When it comes to supply chains, it is critical to monitor and review your
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.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) today issued an Order filing and simultaneously settling charges against AMP Global Clearing LLC, a registered FCM, for its failure to diligently supervise the implementation of critical provisions in AMP’s information systems security program (ISSP). As a result of this failure, a significant amount of AMP’s customers’ records and information
Kennyhertz Perry partner Braden Perry was contacted recently by FedScoop.com to discuss the actions of MedSec Holdings, a cybersecurity firm who privately performed security penetration tests on St. Jude Medical’s devices, but then proceeded to partner with a short-seller rather than directly notify the medical device maker. “This disrupted the market and potentially put people at harm by