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Cyber 07.22.2019

Average Cyber Attack Cost Would Close 48% of Small Businesses

Over half of small to medium sized business executives recently declared that suffering a major data breach is more of a threat to their business than a flood, fire, strike, or physical break in to…
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Average Cyber Attack Cost Would Close 48% of Small Businesses
Cyber 07.17.2019

Cyber Attackers Can Use Your Own Systems to Steal Your Data

It does not take a computer virus or public data mining for a cyber attacker to cause a data breach at your company. They can use your own systems against you to get what they…
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Cyber Attackers Can Use Your Own Systems to Steal Your Data
Cyber 07.17.2019

Cyber Attackers Can Steal from Your Older Files Too

You may think that cyber attackers are only going to go after your current information. However, just as small businesses are targets because they do not protect data as well as large companies, older information…
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Cyber Attackers Can Steal from Your Older Files Too
ERISA 07.01.2019

NYC Law Firm Releases 2019 Fiduciary Guide

It is hard for a fiduciary to determine what exactly would be a breach of their fiduciary duty to a retirement plan. That is where New York based law firm Cohen & Buckmann, P.C.’s 2019…
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NYC Law Firm Releases 2019 Fiduciary Guide
Cyber 06.26.2019

What is a Data Breach?

Retirement plans are becoming more and more vulnerable to cyber attacks as the number of attacks and methods of breach increase. But what exactly is a data breach and what are cyber attackers after? Data…
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What is a Data Breach?
Cyber 06.26.2019

Data Breach Victims Can Sue Without Proof of Harm from Breach

The U.S. Supreme Court has found that Zappos, an Amazon subsidiary, can be sued by customers who were victims of a Zappos data breach in 2012 without the customer showing that the breach harmed them….
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Data Breach Victims Can Sue Without Proof of Harm from Breach
Cyber 06.26.2019

Mass Emails Can Expose Personal Data

English government department of the Home Office has recently come under fire for accidentally exposing hundreds of email addresses after communicating with EU applicants hoping to settle in the UK via mass email. Over 200…
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Mass Emails Can Expose Personal Data
Cyber 06.25.2019

Business Owner Data Breach Liability

Cyber attacks on businesses are almost becoming a matter of “when” and not “if.” If a cyber attacker is able to hack your business and steal sensitive and valuable data from your business, what kind of…
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Business Owner Data Breach Liability
ERISA 06.20.2019

New Jersey Excludes ERISA Plan Fiduciaries From New Fiduciary Standards

After letters and testimony from the American Retirement Association, New Jersey has excluded ERISA plan fiduciaries from the state’s upcoming new and expanded fiduciary standards. ERISA will preempt this regulation, allowing for the single nationwide…
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New Jersey Excludes ERISA Plan Fiduciaries From New Fiduciary Standards