Jed Davis was quoted in an article, “Phantom Arrest Shows Tech Cos. Must Police Own Products,” published by Law360. The article addresses the potential risks to makers of secure wireless telecommunications systems, whose products, though usually designed for legitimate privacy needs, may nonetheless be exploited by users to evade law enforcement. According to the article, last month, the CEO of Phantom Secure was arrested and law enforcement seized thousands of the company’s highly encrypted smartphones and shut down the sealed-off network that Phantom Secure has allegedly marketed to narcotics traffickers and other criminals. “This was an extraordinary case involving extraordinary defendants who allegedly agreed to sell wares for criminal enterprises,” Davis told Law360. He continued, “There are ripples coming out of this case that people who sell equipment need to be mindful and know who they’re dealing with.”
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.