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The Year in Cybersecurity – 2022 Popular Reads on JD Supra | Beacon Insights by JD Supra | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #ransomware


For your reference, here is a quick look at some of the most widely read cybersecurity-related publications on JD Supra during all of 2022:

  1. Capital One Reaches $190 Million Settlement In Connection with 2019 Data Breach – by Suzanne Gainey and Todd Taylor at Moore & Van Allen
  2. [Video] Webinar Recording – Crypto Breaches: Legal & Regulatory Update – by Marjorie Peerce, Gregory Szewczyk, and Philip Yannella at Ballard Spahr
  3. New Cybersecurity Law Will Require Cyber-Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure – by Kellen Dwyer and Kimberly Kiefer Peretti at Alston & Bird
  4. Digital Assets Defined: Consumer Protection and Cybersecurity Enter the Stage – by attorneys at Jones Day
  5. The Impact of Cybersecurity Regulations on the Financial Services Industry in 2022 – by Shardul Desai at Holland & Knight
  6. Bipartisan Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act of 2022 Signed into Law – by Brian Finch, Johnna Purcell, Craig Saperstein and Arielle Heffez at Pillsbury
  7. The North Korean Crypto Threat – by Juan Zarate at K2 Integrity
  8. German Court grants non-material GDPR damages following data breach – by Dr. Henrik Hanssen and Katrin Weixlgartner at Hogan Lovells
  9. Florida’s New Ransomware and Cybersecurity Requirements / Restrictions – by Alfred Saikali at Shook, Hardy & Bacon
  10. Ransomware Attacks in 2022 – Things are NOT Getting Better: A Call to Arms – by Jason Weiss at Faegre Drinker
  11. DOD Releases New List of Section 889 Banned Entities – by Isaias Alba, IV, Daniel Figuenick, III, and Ustina Ibrahim at PilieroMazza
  12. The Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act of 2022 – by Michael Bahar, Chris Bloomfield, Sarah Paul, Alexander Sand at Eversheds Sutherland
  13. A Cyber Threat Analysis of the Russia-Ukraine Conflict – by the team at Ankura

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