By: Dawn E. Stern | Courtney Gilligan Saleski | Thomas E. Daley

Over the past several years, the government has increasingly focused on the cybersecurity requirements applicable to federal government contractors and contractor’s compliance with


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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) continues to address potential cybersecurity issues implicated by the rise in digital health and digital medical devices.  In its latest move,  the FDA recently released a discussion paper, “
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In March 2019, the SEC adopted a collection of amendments to its rules and forms intended to modernize and simplify disclosure requirements applicable to US public companies. For companies preparing their Form 10-K and proxy
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On February 21, 2018, the SEC issued new guidance on whether public companies need to provide public disclosure of a “material” cybersecurity risk or event.  Although the guidance is nonbinding, it is instructive in understanding
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