F. Paul Greene, Esq.

F. Paul Greene, Esq.

As chair of the Firm’s Privacy and Data Security practice group, Paul counsels clients of all sizes in a wide range of industries concerning all aspects of pre-breach preparation and risk management, including security and vulnerability assessments, policy and procedure review, breach response planning and drills, as well as board and management education on cyber risk issues. After the breach, Paul, his team, and the team’s professional consultants provide a full array of breach coach and response services, including breach response and remediation, crisis management and communication, internal and governmental investigations, breach notification, and potential litigation or regulatory action.

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In February 2017, the New York State Department of Financial Services (“DFS”) finalized a new set of cybersecurity regulations that governs New York’s banking, insurance, and financial services industries. Entities in those industries are required to develop and implement cybersecurity programs tailored to their individual risk levels. See Cybersecurity Requirements for Financial Services Companies, 23 N.Y.C.R.R.§ 500.02.

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Yesterday, the New York State Department of Financial Services released the final version of its new cybersecurity regulations, to be promulgated at 23 N.Y.C.R.R. Part 500, making some incremental changes against its last version, released on December 28, 2016. 

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Just days after the IRS released its recent alert concerning W-2 phishing scams (which can be found here), the College of Southern Idaho (“CSI”) reported that it too has become a victim.

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The more things change, the more things stay the same, or so the adage goes.  Yesterday —which was very fitting for Groundhog Day —the IRS released a warning concerning the reappearance of phishing scams targeting W-2 information.  

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In response to the uniformly negative feedback it received from industry participants and interested parties, the New York State Department of Financial Services has modified its proposed cyber security regulations and delayed their start date by two months.

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