Jed Davis was quoted in an article, "White Collar 'Goes Dark' With Rise Of Secret Messaging Apps," published in Law360. As the article discusses, the rise in encrypted messaging apps and other new technology may challenge police and prosecutors, who have grown accustomed to harvesting damning evidence from email and other electronic communications of white collar suspects. Davis, a former federal cybercrimes prosecutor, noted that the government is not without options when it comes to impediments posed by encrypted apps. An app may be secure, but the government sometimes has means to compromise the app by compromising the device running it, Davis told Law360. According to the article, the rise of encrypted messaging apps also raises the question to what extent, if any, the app developers would have to cooperate with law enforcement or provide them with access to the technology in the face of a court order. "Some of this points to the fact that our statutes are very old, and there has not been a resolution on the part of Congress or any other sort of legislative authority to decide what you do with these new challenges — that's the open question," Davis said.
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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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Day Pitney LLP, together with the State of Israel and PDB FutureCom International, hosted a unique, invitation-only Startup Program for early-stage cybersecurity and analytics investors at the Cornell Club of New York.
Steven Cash and Naju Lathia authored an article, "Pitching Your Cybersecurity Case to Law Enforcement Agencies," published by the New York Law Journal.
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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.
Jed Davis was quoted in an article, “Phantom Arrest Shows Tech Cos. Must Police Own Products,” published by Law360.
Day Pitney and the National Governors Association (NGA) hosted an invitation-only forum, held at the Downtown Harvard Club of Boston, that brought together lawyers, policymakers, cybersecurity experts and other participants to identify and discuss legal issues related to the growing Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).