Ransomware Targeting of K-12 Schools Likely to Increase During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ransomware Targeting of K-12 Schools Likely to Increase During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Private Industry Notification (PIN) 20200623-001 was being distributed to make private sector partners aware that Cyber actors are likely to increase targeting of K-12 schools during the COVID-19 pandemic because they represent an opportunistic target as more of these institutions transition to distance learning. The FBI does not encourage paying a ransom to cyber actors

Braden Perry Featured as Expert in Proactive vs Reactive Cybersecurity Article

Braden Perry Featured as Expert in Proactive vs Reactive Cybersecurity Article

VPNRanks highlights Braden Perry, among other experts, in an article on proactive vs reactive cybersecurity models. Most companies use reactive cybersecurity which includes implementing defense mechanisms like antivirus software, firewalls, password protections, spam filters, and ad-blockers. The reactive approach has proven to be useful, but companies should not rely solely on this strategy as their

Braden Perry Discusses Artificial Intelligence Regulation Risks in Article

Braden Perry Discusses Artificial Intelligence Regulation Risks in Article

A number of the world’s leading democracies (U.S. excluded) would like to take a closer look at artificial intelligence (AI), and it’s affect on privacy, security, human rights, crime and finance. The U.S. has not joined this movement, for they believe this regulation could likely hurt businesses and the development of AI technologies.  However, six

Braden Perry Highlighted in Reader’s Digest Article on Cybercrime

Braden Perry Highlighted in Reader’s Digest Article on Cybercrime

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 Highlighted In Article Discussing California’s New Privacy Law and Facebook

Braden Perry Highlighted In Article Discussing California’s New Privacy Law and Facebook

Effective January 1st, California’s Consumer Privacy Act “CCPA” went live with intentions to control companies like Facebook’s web-tracking practices.  However, Facebook disagrees and does not plan to make changes to it’s current web-tracking services and ad targeting abilities.  Perry, who specializes in privacy law, discusses this topic in yesterday’s article on TheStreet. “Facebook seems to

Braden Perry Discusses the Legality of Live Streaming in Classrooms with Parents.com

Braden Perry Discusses the Legality of Live Streaming in Classrooms with Parents.com

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

Perry Shares Expertise on Prisons Recording Attorney-Client Conversations

Perry Shares Expertise on Prisons Recording Attorney-Client Conversations

Braden Perry shares his opinion on prisons recording client-attorney conversations in Kansas and Missouri, in Kansas City Business Journal article. “The evidence of prison facilities recording confidential conversations between attorneys and their clients is attracting the attention of defense attorneys all over the region, said Braden Perry of Kennyhertz Perry LLC in Kansas City. He’s not working