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The Compelling Business Case for Cyberinsurance

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May 24, 2016

The Compelling Business Case for Cyberinsurance

When company directors ask me about whether or not they should purchase standalone cybersecurity insurance, I always give them two […]

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Law Firms Face Fallout from Data Breaches: The First Test Case Has Begun

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May 20, 2016

Law Firms Face Fallout from Data Breaches: The First Test Case Has Begun

Fear over fallout from data breaches doesn’t just plague national security agencies and mega-corporations. Take investors’ unease over the security […]

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Changing the Culture of Cybersecurity

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April 29, 2016

Changing the Culture of Cybersecurity

Within each individual lives one core principle: if we don’t like what is going on in our business, job, or […]

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The Optical and Real Effects of Succumbing to Ransomware

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April 28, 2016

The Optical and Real Effects of Succumbing to Ransomware

It’s time for my annual physical again. I really don’t want to go. I am afraid of what the doctor […]

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Zika: Contain the Crisis by Quelling the Fear

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April 15, 2016

Zika: Contain the Crisis by Quelling the Fear

Within the health space, Zika presents the latest possibility of a crisis threatening the U.S. To date, the U.S. has […]

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Security, Preparedness, and Exposure – The Panama Papers Paradigm

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April 12, 2016

Security, Preparedness, and Exposure – The Panama Papers Paradigm

The fallout from the leak of 11.5 million documents held by Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, first revealed by the International […]

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Cybersecurity threats: do the independent directors really know?

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April 5, 2016

Cybersecurity threats: do the independent directors really know?

A comprehensive cybersecurity study was recently published by NASDAQ and Tanium (a leading cybersecurity consultant) on, among other things, the […]

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Toyota, Takata, Tepco: The Problem Is Ethos, Not Ethics

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March 15, 2016

Toyota, Takata, Tepco: The Problem Is Ethos, Not Ethics

Anyone who has studied past instances of Japanese corporate crises is likely familiar with the saying kusai mono ni wa […]

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Martin Shkreli and the High Price of Narcissism

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March 3, 2016

Martin Shkreli and the High Price of Narcissism

In one sense, it would have been hard to expect anything other than the narcissistic, antagonistic performance Martin Shkreli offered […]

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Volkswagen’s Long And Winding Road Ahead

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October 19, 2015

Volkswagen’s Long And Winding Road Ahead

In this article originally posted on Forbes.com, I examine the actions Volkswagen needs to take in order to salvage its […]

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The Sex Assault Plague Hits Prep School – What Is Congress To Do?

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September 24, 2015

The Sex Assault Plague Hits Prep School – What Is Congress To Do?

In this article posted on Forbes.com, I examine the actions Congress has taken, or hasn’t taken, to pass legislature that […]

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How Do Clients Find Their Way Out of a Scandal? Lanny Davis Explains

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September 24, 2015

How Do Clients Find Their Way Out of a Scandal? Lanny Davis Explains

I appeared on WCCO, a Minneapolis CBS Radio affiliate, to talk about how I assist high profile clients in finding the way out […]