Consumer Watchdog Warns of Security Risk of Internet-Connected Vehicles

Avigael C. Fyman, Partner, Rivkin Radler In a recently issued report, titled “Kill Switch: Why Connected Cars Can Be Killing Machines and How to Turn Them Off,” Consumer Watchdog, a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization, warned that millions of internet-connected cars already on the roadways may be dangerously vulnerable to hacking. While fully autonomous self-driving vehicles View Article →

New DOD Requirements – Supply Chain, Risk Management, and Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification

Kristen Soles, CPA, Partner - Government Contracting Industry Leader & Bhavesh N. Vadhani CISA, CRISC, CGEIT, PMP, Principal, CohnReznick As the number of ingress and egress points to applications and networks expands, cybercriminals are discovering new gateways to exploit government contractors and agencies. The supply chain is especially vulnerable: Attacks on global supply chains soared View Article →

Choosing Your Disaster Recovery Team

Joseph Imperato, Sr., Partner, XSolutions When disaster strikes, your business – and your bottom line – will suffer if you don’t have a disaster recovery plan. The trouble is, without a team in place to execute your plan, even the most carefully constructed strategy falls apart. In order to ensure you’re covering all the many View Article →

Connectivity and the Internet of Things: Good or Bad?

Rachel Lau, Social Media, Arts & Design, Guardian Data Destruction According to the trends from the largest Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas held every January, it’s clear that the one most common was the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things is all about connectivity and ever since the innovation of Smartphones, the process View Article →