Category Archives: cyberwarfare

Clear and Present Danger, V 2.0

This is the second version of my previously published editorial. I was compelled to update it because of two key developments: First, on the morning of May 23rd, 2018, Jim Finkle and Pavel Polityuk of Reuters reported that “Cyber firms, Ukraine warn of planned Russian attack” the fourth such cyberattack starting with the 2015 and […]

Cybersecurity Program Development for Business Video Series

In this 9-part video series, Chris Moschovitis, author of Cybersecurity Program Development for Business, will be discussing all aspects of cybersecurity. From understanding risk to managing the impact of an attack after it’s happened, Chris breaks down an organization’s step-by-step to do list for protecting themselves against cyber risk. Watch the Video Series Here

For Lawyers and Law Firms

In my most recent piece for New York Law Journal, I look at and discuss in detail how lawyers and law firms can mitigate cyber risk with the right cybersecurity controls. The first step, “We need to recognize there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution.” Read the full piece here: For Lawyers and Law Firms

Cybersecurity and Due Care for Law Firms

In my article for New York Law Journal, I explore how law firms can get more involved in their cybersecurity initiatives as well as how to care for themselves, their clients, and their employees. Read the full article here: Cybersecurity and Due Care for Law Firms

Clear and Present Danger

On December 13th the New York Times published a feature article titled “The Perfect Weapon: How Russian Cyberpower Invaded the U.S.” In it Eric Lipton, David Sanger and Scott Shane do an excellent job in framing in detail the recent state-sponsored cyber attack against United States interests. But, the story doesn’t end there. Russia is […]