In this inaugural iCyber Solutions blog post, Robert Kirtley of iDS gives a quick overview of phishing attacks and the damage they can cause, frequency of attacks, and some common types of phishing attacks. In the second installment, he’ll concentrate primarily on how to prevent and recover from a phishing attack.
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While not all crises cause significant legal liability, a company’s response can result in major business risks. Corporate counsel should help balance these business risks with legal risks to advise a company appropriately.
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Ryan Drimalla, managing director at FTI Consulting, discusses the importance of process-driven contract lifecycle management, including ways technology can make corporations more efficient in this area. 
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An annotated review of Information Governance Insights columns from 2017

The scope of corporate counsel duties has changed rather rapidly and drastically in the past decade. As companies have quickly begun to digitalize nearly every aspect of their operations, digital information has become the lifeblood and primary asset of nearly all business, in every industry, in every sector. Whether a company makes or sells widgets, transports goods or people, facilitates markets or financial transactions, or provides services of any sort, in the past few years it has also become an information business. The volume of digital information flowing through companies has also grown exponentially in this same short period.
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Nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) – also known as confidentiality agreements, confidential disclosure agreements and proprietary information agreements – are something most business leaders and attorneys deal with from time to time. However, few companies have formalized why, when and how NDAs should be used. Different people at the same organization may have very different approaches to using them, resulting in inconsistent protection of a company’s confidential information and potentially jeopardizing company trade secrets.

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