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27 May 2014 CYBERCRIME & YOUR COMPANY – FAILING TO PREPARE = PREPARING TO FAIL, Part 2

Continuation of last week’s Cybercrime & Your Company – Failing to Prepare = Preparing to Fail, Part 1.   V. If Your Company Becomes the Next Victim   If your company becomes the next target/victim of cybercriminals, personal information of your employees and customers can be compromised. Sensitive and proprietary data can be stolen and sold to the highest bidder, usually one of your competitors. Financial resources can disappear and the reputation of your business can be ruined.   VI. Key Steps to Protect Your Computer System from the Cybercriminal   How can you protect your computer system from a cybercriminal, a digital terrorist, waiting to wreak havoc upon your company? Here are some key tips:  Ensure your employees set strong passwords, change them periodically and…

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20 May 2014 Quick Tip: CFTC to Make First Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Award

  The Commodity Futures Trading Commission plans to make its first whistle-blower award under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, with the recipient getting about $240,000 for exposing information about commodities law violations, Acting Director Mark Wetjen said in a May 20 statement.   The number of “high quality tips, complaints and referrals” received by CFTC continues to increase, Christopher Ehrman, head of agency’s Whistleblower Office, said in statement.   Trace SchmeltzTrace Schmeltz is a partner in the Chicago and Washington, D.C., offices of Barnes & Thornburg LLP, where he is the co-chair of the firm’s Financial and Regulatory Litigation Group and a member of the White Collar and Investigations Practice Group. A seasoned trial attorney with experience in numerous forums including…

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