Jed Davis authored the article, "Cybersecurity for the Under-Resourced" for Bloomberg BNA. In the article, Davis dispels the misconception that only organizations wealthy enough to buy the newest technologies are in position substantially to improve their cybersecurity. "A successful cybersecurity improvement effort depends more on the willingness of an organization's leadership to revamp work procedures to reduce information technology-borne risk than on the resources the organization has to devote to the effort," Davis writes. Davis emphasizes that cost-effective measures available to nonprofits and other under-resourced entities include making an "unflinching inventory" of what data they amass and what they can safely purge, honing realistic incident response plans, mandating security awareness training and contracting for at least intermittent vulnerability testing.
On February 5, partners Dan Wenner and Jed Davis will present a webinar, "Cybersecurity Incident Report: Applying Reason And Rigor To Control Chaos," produced by PLAC (formerly the Product Liability Advisory Council).
Day Pitney sponsored a program, "Parade of Corporate Horribles: Responding Ethically to a New Problem Around Every Corner," presented by the Westchester/Southern Connecticut Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC).
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On September 13, Jed Davis was a featured panelist on a webinar, "The Threat at Your Doorstep: Why You Should be Using Cyber Threat Sharing," produced by Thomson Reuters.
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Jed Davis was quoted in an article, "Manager Data in Peril from Growing Cyber Threats," published by FundFire, a Financial Times news service for professionals working in the high net worth and institutional investment management industry.
Jed Davis was quoted in an article, "Marriott Hack Shows Risks Of Lax Cyber Diligence In Mergers," published by Law360.
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Jed Davis was quoted in a feature article, "The Privacy Fight For Digital Data Warrants Is Just Starting," published by Law360.
Steven Cash was quoted in an article, “Mystery in Mueller Probe: Where’s the Hacking Indictment?,” published by The Hill.