As regular readers of this blog know, we place a huge premium on being appropriate. And what is more appropriate than following up a Black Friday post with a Cyber Monday post?
Cyber Monday is supposedly the biggest internet shopping day of the year. So while people responsible for cyber security know that it’s a year-round concern, this seems like an appropriate (there’s that word again!) time to discuss steps companies can take to protect themselves.
But wait! Wouldn’t it be more appropriate for a California Employment Law blog to leave that highly technical subject to those with greater experience? Of course it would. Fortunately, our friend (and firm Chief Privacy Officer) Mark McCreary over at the Privacy Compliance and Data Security blog has that covered. In fact, he’s done a six-part series on the topic that starts here and continues here, here, here, here, and here. It takes you through everything from prevention to postmortem.
Now please excuse me while I figure out how to continue the holiday theme with a Pearl Harbor Day post.