Forensic Update

Reflections on information management within the legal and regulatory arena

Minimize Business Email Compromise risk in 6 steps…

Posted by Johnny Lee on December 11, 2016

…a mix of training, process & technology to strengthen controls.gt_logo

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What can we learn from the rash of revelations related to sizable hacks in 2012?

Posted by Johnny Lee on September 9, 2016

bitglass_wheres_your_data_thumbnail1Posit the research, which indicates that the average length of an un-detected compromise is in excess of 200 days. Couple that with research from security outfit Bitglass, and you’ve got some shocking correlations that put 2012 into a broader perspective.

That experiment employed data-tracking technology to track the traverse of sensitive data on the dark web post-compromise.
The upshot: In 12 days, these data were access 1,100 times within 22 countries, with two different cyber-crime syndicates sharing data with their peers…imagine how often compromised 2012 data changed hands over 4 years!

Bitglass Research

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Holistic CyberSecurity Management…

Posted by Johnny Lee on July 14, 2016

Holistic CyberSecurity Management…

“Taking AIM at Cyber Risk” is the latest publication from Grant Thornton that articulates a vision of how to strategically address how organization should deal with the most serious business threats associated with CyberSecurity.

http://gt-us.co/29EjDJT

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What In-House Counsel should know about CyberSecurity Information Sharing…

Posted by Johnny Lee on July 8, 2016

What In-House Counsel should know about CyberSecurity Information Sharing…

HT: Christina Ayiotis

Corporate Counsel

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Federal court rules P.F. Chang’s isn’t

Posted by Johnny Lee on June 9, 2016

Federal court rules P.F. Chang’s isn’t covered under a cyber-insurance policy for MasterCard assessments levied…

http://ow.ly/gjeJ3015lJD

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.Symantec 2016 Report reveals phishing c

Posted by Johnny Lee on May 6, 2016

.Symantec 2016 Report reveals phishing campaigns target small businesses 43% of time…

http://ow.ly/4niE8J http://ow.ly/i/iYQks

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Proud to support Georgia Southern University…

Posted by Johnny Lee on April 6, 2016

Proud to support Georgia Southern University…

Join me at Georgia Southern’s annual #Fraud Conference in May…ping me for a discount code.

http://ow.ly/10n2Eu

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CyberSecurity & Internal Controls Frameworks…

Posted by Johnny Lee on December 8, 2015

CyberSecurity & Internal Controls Frameworks…

Happy to have contributed to @ComplianceWeek piece on #CyberSecurity & Internal Controls Frameworks.

http://ow.ly/T2UCp

HT: @tammywh

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Chinese government claims OPM hackers were arrested…

Posted by Johnny Lee on December 3, 2015

#ImportantIfTrue

http://wapo.st/1IpzOIz

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ABA’s Regional CLE Workshop…

Posted by Johnny Lee on November 3, 2015

ABA’s Regional CLE Workshop…

Topics run the gamut on Advanced eDiscovery…details are here: [http://ow.ly/U94cV]…hope to see you there!

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