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New York State: Banks and Insurance Providers – New Cyber-Security Standards

Effective March 1, 2017, all banks and entities providing insurance in New York State will be required to meet new, minimum cyber-security standards, and certify compliance each February 15 after internal risk assessments are performed.  While some larger entities may already meet these standards, many will not.  Entities which also engage in business in other…
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New York Attorney General Report Finds Data Breaches Are Serious Business

By: Aaron Krowne On July 14, 2014, the New York Attorney General’s office (“NY AG”) released a seminal report on data breaches, entitled “Information Exposed: Historical Examination of Data Breaches in New York State” (the “Report”). The Report presents a wealth of eye-opening (and sobering) information on data breaches in New York and beyond. The Report…
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Notarization – What You Need To Know

John Hancock…Is That Really You? All too often, documents such as contracts, wills or promissory notes, are contested based on allegations of fraudulent or forged signatures. Indeed, our office once handled a two-week arbitration based solely on the issue of authentication of a signature on a contract. Fortunately, a quick, simple and inexpensive solution to…
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Internet Attorney Jordan Kovnot Provides Perspective on New “Revenge Porn” Laws

Jordan Kovnot, an attorney with OlenderFeldman, LLP and adjunct professor at Fordham Law School, was quoted extensively in this article in Tablet Magazine about a new wave of Internet laws that target the perpetrators of so-called “revenge porn.” The term “revenge porn” refers to the practice of maliciously posting sexually explicit images of an individual…
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