Cybersecurity, Cybercrime, & Incident Response

New York, NY

Phone: (212) 880-3636
Cell: (347) 880-6140

Washington, DC

Phone: (202) 661-7020
Fax: (202) 661-7059

Washington, DC

Phone: (202) 220-1924
Cell: (202) 480-5191

New York, NY

Phone: (212) 880-3630
Fax: (212) 825-9828

Richmond, VA

Phone: (804) 762-5344
Fax: (804) 762-5363

New York, NY

Phone: (212) 880-3966
Cell: (646)784-4005

New York, NY

Phone: (212) 880-3988
Cell: (347) 880-6662

New York, NY

Phone: (212) 880-3978
Fax: (212) 880-3998
Cell: (347) 949-2054

Richmond, VA

Phone: (804) 762-5343
Fax: (804) 762-5376

Washington, DC

Phone: (202) 661-7010
Fax: (202) 661-7059
Cell: (202) 680-4941

New York, NY

Phone: (212) 880-3624

Richmond, VA

Phone: (804) 762-5370
Fax: (804) 762-5366
Cell: (347) 899-0434

New York, NY

New York, NY

Phone: (212) 880-3980
Fax: (212) 825-9828
Cell: (347) 899-0544

Richmond, VA

Phone: (804) 762-5328
Fax: (804) 762-5362

New York, NY

Phone: (212) 880-3990
Fax: (212) 880-3998
Cell: (917) 538-9223

Washington, DC

Phone: (202) 661-7022
Fax: (202) 661-7059
Cell: (202) 680-4181

New York, NY

Phone: (212) 880-3973
Fax: (212) 880-3998
Cell: (914) 525-1916

New York, NY

Phone: (212) 880-3963
Cell: (347) 387-6359

Washington, DC

Phone: (202) 661-7014
Fax: (202) 661-7059
Cell: (202) 816-9788
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Looking Forward

2017 saw further evolution concerning both cyber threats and cybersecurity regulations and featured a parade of headline-grabbing attacks that disrupted businesses and even government agencies around the world. Regulators have also expanded their cybersecurity efforts, with the SEC establishing a specialized Cyber Unit that intends to examine whether entities adequately prepared for and disclosed cyber risks and incidents. The SEC has also signaled the likely issuance of new guidance to public companies on disclosing cybersecurity incidents, in a sign that the agency is looking to improve industry practices that have been criticized in the wake of massive, news-making breaches. Meanwhile, state agencies have become more engaged in this area, with strict new cybersecurity rules issued by the New York Department of Financial Services coming into effect and state Attorneys General being increasingly active in initiating investigations and bringing enforcement actions in the wake of data breaches.