Good morning, all.  The Consumer Privacy World team is out there again sharing wise advice on how to handle a cyber breach.  This time, the team discusses organizational risk of a data breach, and how companies can learn something from Uber’s recent data privacy missteps that ended in a criminal complaint.  In “Executive Responsibilities

Cyber insurance is top of mind lately due to heightened cyber vulnerabilities caused by an expanding remote workforce.  Thankfully, Consumer Privacy World privacy pros provided some great guidance in their article “CGL Exclusions For Cyberattacks and Loss of Electronic Data:  Is There A Gap In Your Coverage” published in the American Bar Association’s

Yahoo!’s data breach class action is finally being put to rest. Last month, the Northern District of California approved the proposed $117.5M settlement to resolve the claims of approximately 194 million class members in In re Yahoo! Inc. Customer Data Sec. Breach Litig., No. 16-MD-02752-LHK, 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 129939 (N.D. Cal. July 22,

As has been widely reported, a magistrate judge in the Eastern District of Virginia recently ordered Capital One to produce a forensic report prepared by the cybersecurity firm Mandiant, holding that the report was not protected as attorney work product despite having been prepared at the direction of outside counsel.  On June 9, 2020, Capital