Charges Connected to Hack of SEC’s EDGAR System Discussed in SECurities and Law Perspectives

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Last week, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and the Securities & Exchange Commission (“SEC”) announced charges connected to a large-scale, international conspiracy to hack into the SEC’s Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis and Retrieval (“EDGAR”) system and profit by trading on stolen material, non-public information. The conduct underlying these cases was one of the principal reasons that the SEC created its Division of Enforcement “Cyber Unit” to target cyber-related securities fraud violations.

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New Handbook Provides Guidance to Healthcare Delivery Organizations on Preparation and Response to Medical Device Cybersecurity Incidents

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Recently, the MITRE Corporation, in collaboration with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), announced the release of the Medical Device Cybersecurity Regional Incident Preparedness and Response Playbook.  The Playbook was designed to provide “tools, references, and resources” for Healthcare Delivery Organizations (HDOs) to better prepare for and respond to medical device cybersecurity incidents.

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Attorney General’s Cyber-Digital Task Force Assesses Cyber Threats and Response Efforts in New Report

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The Attorney General’s Cyber-Digital Task Force has released its first report, which provides a detailed assessment of the cyber threats facing the United States and discusses the ways the Department of Justice (DOJ) is combatting and preparing to combat those threats.

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Dissecting SCOTUS’ Ruling in Carpenter

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In Carpenter v. United States, the U.S. Supreme Court recently held that the Fourth Amendment requires the government to get a search warrant to obtain Cell-Site Location Information (CSLI) from wireless carriers. CSLI reveals the location of a cell phone based upon the cell towers that the cell phone is using to obtain a signal. Carpenter marks an important and noteworthy change of course in Fourth Amendment jurisprudence.

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