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Join Crowell & Moring for a Seminar: Cyber Security Best Practices

Posted in Cybersecurity, Events
Please join us for an evening of conversation and cocktails while our panelists from the commercial, industrial, government contracting, higher education, and insurance arenas discuss critical emerging cyber security issues.  From the dark web, to cyber pitfalls, cybersecurity policy and legislation, and how to ensure a secure future, our panel discussion will explore the rapidly… Continue Reading

OOPS Preview: Regulating Information: Cybersecurity, Internet of Things, and Exploding Rules

Posted in Cybersecurity, Events
Companies of all sizes are increasingly subject to the practical and legal implications of today’s cybersecurity environment, and contractors are no exception.  On May 26, 2016, at 11:00 AM Eastern, Crowell & Moring attorneys David Bodenheimer, Evan Wolff, and Kate Growley will lead a discussion highlighting some of the past year’s most significant cyber contracting… Continue Reading

Interim Rule Could Expand Already Onerous DFARS Cyber Requirements

Posted in Cybersecurity
Yesterday, the DoD published an Interim Rule that, if finalized as drafted, would expand the already onerous requirements of the DFARS Safeguarding Clause to a broader array of potentially 10,000 defense contractors.  Citing “recent high-profile breaches of federal information,” the DoD’s Interim Rule emphasizes the need for clear, effective, and consistent cybersecurity protections in its… Continue Reading

C&M Webinar: What Will the New Year Bring for Government Contractors?

Posted in Legal Developments
Contractors felt the squeeze from budget cutbacks and increased compliance requirements during 2013. As government agencies continue to operate under constrained budgets, competition for the federal contracts will remain intense. What should contractors expect in 2014? Join our Crowell & Moring team on Thursday, January 9 at 1:00 pm EST for a free webinar as… Continue Reading

Navigating Cyber Landmines at This Year’s Ounce of Prevention Seminar (OOPS)

Posted in Cybersecurity
The past year has showcased major developments in cybersecurity: unprecedented thefts and attacks, with losses estimated in the hundreds of billions of dollars; expanding sector-specific cybersecurity statutes and regulations; and a sweeping Executive Order on cybersecurity for critical infrastructure followed by a recent push for cyber intelligence sharing from Congress. Expect even more significant developments… Continue Reading

CISPA Faces Uphill Battle

Posted in Cybersecurity
Proponents of the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (more commonly known as CISPA) won a small battle last month when the House of Representatives passed the proposed bill by a vote of 248 to 168, with 42 yays from Democrats.  Yet the war for comprehensive cybersecurity legislation is far from over, as CISPA’s next… Continue Reading

DHS Deputy Associate General Counsel to Speak at ABA Teleconference on Cybersecurity

Posted in Cybersecurity
When the Government was facing a shutdown earlier this year, there was much speculation about the impact to cybersecurity. Certainly, cyberterrorists and other attackers would not stop or delay their attacks just because our Government had shutdown and there was concern that some of the Government’s cybersecurity functions would be shutdown, leaving the United States vulnerable. Luckily,… Continue Reading