April 7-8 Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection Conference 50% Discount Code

We've set up a discount code for our blog readers. Enter the code: "BLOG" when you register You can find the complete agenda and list of our talented and experienced group of speakers here. 10.75 hours of CLE approved The Center for Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection 2016 Conference will bring together experienced government officials, in-house

By | 2016-03-24T20:19:15+00:00 March 24th, 2016|Categories: cyber insurance, eDiscovery, privacy, regulation, security|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Deven McGraw: Not all app uses subject to HIPAA – FierceEMR

Devin McGraw, the Deputy Director for Health Information Privacy in the HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR), spoke at the ABA Health Section's recent conference and clarified the scope of recent OCR guidance on the applicability of HIPAA to Health Apps. Fierce EMR has a nice summary of her remarks: The Health Insurance Portability and

By | 2016-03-22T15:49:56+00:00 March 22nd, 2016|Categories: privacy, regulation, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Deven McGraw: Not all app uses subject to HIPAA – FierceEMR

The 5 Things Every Privacy Lawyer Needs to Know about the FTC: An Interview with Chris Hoofnagle – TeachPrivacy

Dan Solove at TeachPrivacy interviews SSRN Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, and eDiscovery eJournal Advisory Board member Chris Hoofnagle about his impressive new book on the FTC's privacy and data security policies and enforcement activities, Federal Trade Commission Law and Policy, (Cambridge 2016): The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has become the leading federal agency to regulate privacy

By | 2016-03-21T12:55:08+00:00 March 21st, 2016|Categories: privacy, regulation, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on The 5 Things Every Privacy Lawyer Needs to Know about the FTC: An Interview with Chris Hoofnagle – TeachPrivacy

SSRN Cybersecurity, Data Privacy and eDiscovery eJournal Article Spotlight

The Center-sponsored SSRN eJournal is up and running, and we've already filled several distributions.  I'm going to periodically highlight articles from the eJournal that I find interesting and think would appeal to both academics and practitioners in these fields.  The first up is Professor Andrew Keane Woods, Against Data Exceptionalism, forthcoming in the Stanford Law Review, Vol.

By | 2016-03-18T19:49:35+00:00 March 18th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , |0 Comments