The Evolving Threats of Cybersecurity

The last six months has seen the world drastically change, facing a once-in-a-life time pandemic. Our lives rapidly transitioned to almost a completely digital world and, for many, have stayed there ever since. With this dramatic and instantaneous shift to an online society, cybersecurity threats have increased in frequency and evolved in sophistication. And, while […]

One Ring to Rule Them All

With large cyber breaches like Instagram, Target, and Equifax it isn’t a surprise that the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) issued the Data Security Model Law (MDL-668) (the “Model Law”).  The Model Law heavily borrows from the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) cybersecurity regulations that went into effect on March 1, 2017. […]

Healthcare Industry Needs to Get Back to Basics

Cybersecurity breaches and incidents are starting to feel like Groundhogs Day. Who do we have today? None other than, with the Washington Post recently reporting that was hacked compromising approximately 75,000 individual’s private information. is the system through which individuals can obtain healthcare coverage under the Affordable Care Act. As of 2018, […]

Privacy is a Blue Chip Investment for Businesses

I recently read an article in the wake of the precipitous drop in Facebook stock, titled: “Facebook ‘puts privacy first’ and stocks plunge 20%”. The title alone was enraging. To suggest that prioritizing privacy can cause Facebook to suffer a devaluation is preposterous and a serious disservice to companies everywhere. But, before the air gets […]

Privacy Is the New Black

It seems to have all started with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), which was passed in 1996 and signed into law by President Bill Clinton. Then, after stumbling around for almost a decade, in 2009 the HITECH Act was signed by President Barack Obama which gave the necessary teeth to the privacy […]