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Legal insights on navigating privacy, data protection, cybersecurity, information governance, and e-discovery

Harvey Rishikof

Harvey Rishikof

Harvey Rishikof is a senior counsel in Crowell & Moring’s Privacy ; Cybersecurity and Government Contracts groups in Washington, D.C. His practice focuses on national security, cybersecurity, government contracts, civil and military courts, terrorism, international law, civil liberties, and the U.S. Constitution. At the leading edge of many of the interactions between the legal community and the federal government and corporations, Harvey is routinely called upon to represent the legal community at meetings and forums on national security, cybersecurity, and terrorism.

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Privacy & Cybersecurity Weekly News Update – Week of August 28

Posted in Cybersecurity / Data Security, Privacy
Bavarian DPA: fines under GDPR to be calculated based on revenues of whole company group; ICO publishes report on data security incident trends. Bavarian DPA: fines under GDPR to be calculated based on revenues of whole company group On September 01, 2016, the German Data Protection Authority of Bavaria (BayLDA) has announced that according to… Continue Reading

Privacy & Cybersecurity Weekly News Update – Week of August 21

Posted in Cybersecurity / Data Security, Privacy
ICO investigating into Facebook and WhatsApp Data Sharing Plans; Germany and France publish joint action plan against encryption; PrivacyShield now covering 200 U.S. companies. UK DPA investigating into Facebook and WhatsApp Data Sharing Plans The United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner (‘ICO’) is taking a closer look into WhatsApp’s plan to share more user data with parent… Continue Reading

Privacy & Cybersecurity Weekly News Update – Week of August 14

Posted in Privacy
First self-certifications accepted under Privacy Shield; EU Commission considers extension of telecommunication rules to apps. U.S. Department of Commerce accepts first bunch of self-certifications under Privacy Shield About 2 weeks after the announced start of the certification procedure under the “EU-U.S. Privacy Shield” (‘Privacy Shield’) on August 1, 2016, the U.S. Department of Commerce (‘DoC’)… Continue Reading

Privacy & Cybersecurity Weekly News Update Week of August 7

Posted in Privacy
EU Commission publishes first results of consultation of e-Privacy Directive; Irish DPA issues Guidance on Location Data. European Commission publishes summary report on consultation of e-Privacy Directive On August 4, 2016, the European Commission has published a first summary report on the public consultation on the evaluation and review of the e-Privacy Directive (Directive 2002/58/EC… Continue Reading

Privacy & Cybersecurity Weekly News Update – Week of July 24

Posted in Cybersecurity / Data Security, Data Breach, Privacy
Russians Hack Clinton Campaign System; FTC: LabMD Liable in Data Security Suit; EU Member States issue statement on Privacy Shield; NIS Directive published – Implementation into national law by May 2018; EU Data Protection Supervisor: e-Privacy directive should meet GDPR-requirements. Clinton Campaign Data Breach brings data security into 2016 campaign yet again On July 29,… Continue Reading

Privacy & Cybersecurity Weekly News Update – Week of July 17

Posted in Accessibility, Criminal Law, Cybersecurity / Data Security, Privacy
DOJ Proposes Workaround to Microsoft Ruling; United States Joins Irish Facebook Case; St. Louis Cardinals Scouting Director Sentenced to 46 Months; EU’s Advocate General Okays National Data Retention Laws; Data Protection Authority of Hamburg Becomes “Completely Independent”; 9th Circuit Suggests Password Sharing is a Federal Crime DOJ Seeks Legislative Circumvention of 2nd Circuit’s Microsoft Ruling… Continue Reading

Privacy & Cybersecurity Weekly News Update- Week of July 9

Posted in Admissibility, Cybersecurity / Data Security, Government Agencies, Information Management, Privacy, Rules, Social Media, Transnational Discovery
“Pokémon Go” Developer feels the heat over data collection; 2nd Circuit Ruling limits government’s access to data stored overseas; 9th Circuit CFAA Ruling increases Facebook’s control over its Users’ Data; Dutch Study reveals tension between EU Trade Deals and Data Protection “Pokémon Go” Developer in Hot Water over Extensive Data Collection Practices In early July,… Continue Reading

Privacy & Cybersecurity Weekly News Update- Week of July 3

Posted in Cybersecurity / Data Security, Data Breach, Government Agencies, Health IT, Privacy
Article 31 Committee approves Privacy Shield; House Cuts FCC Funding Over Attempted Broadband Privacy Regulations; No Charges for Clinton in Data Security Probe; European Commission launches public-privacy partnership on cybersecurity; European Parliament adopts NIS Directive; Privacy Code of Conduct for mHealth app providers finalized; French parliament about to make French Privacy act more severe; Russia… Continue Reading

Economic Espionage: A Real Risk for Universities

Posted in Cybersecurity / Data Security, Data Breach, Government Agencies, Government Contracting, Government Regulations & FISMA, Information Management, Privacy, Public Sectors
The recent arrests of Chinese nationals for alleged economic espionage are raising eyebrows across American industries, who are rightfully asking how they can protect themselves from becoming the next foreign target. U.S. universities have been key figures in these headlines. The risk of economic espionage is a serious one for higher education because universities are… Continue Reading