A survey of IT practitioners conducted by the Ponemon Institute and Juniper Networks suggests that cyber attacks have recently become more harsh and recurrent. At least 90% of the IT practitioners surveyed claimed that they had experienced one or more cyber breaches within the last year, and 89% of these respondents could not identify the source of these breaches.
E-Commerce, Focused REWIND, Internet Law |
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An Interview with Brazilian Cyber Law Attorney Renato Opice Blum The World Gathers In Brazil For The Congress On Electronic Crimes And Protection
BwoB had occasion recently to sit down with cyber law expert Renato Opice Blum to discuss some of the most pressing issues facing his international clients with regard to cybercrimes. »
E-Commerce, Electronic Discovery, Intellectual Property, Internet Law, Labor & Employment |
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