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Amy Carlson is Of Counsel in the firm's Corporate group and has more than 20 years of experience assisting clients with a wide range of privacy matters. Using her understanding of the intersection of law and technology along with her understanding of business, she helps companies develop and implement privacy policies, plans and audits, as well as manage data breaches. Amy also has experience with e-commerce, intellectual property, telecommunications, security policy, international privacy and export control issues. Amy is a Certified Information Privacy Professional and a Certified Information Privacy Manager by the International Association of Privacy Professionals. She co-leads the firm's privacy initiative.

Acting Secretary of DHS, Elaine Duke, issued a BOD requiring departments and agencies to identify the use or presence of all Kaspersky products on their information systems and to develop detailed plans to remove and discontinue present and future use of the products and to finalize implementation of those plans within 3 months.  She is

Yawn – Another Company Failed to Patch.  Wait!  144 Million Affected?  A PR Disaster?  Failure to promptly patch is an incredibly common cause of data breaches.  Learn from Equifax’s situation about patching and communication.  Boards, Senior Management and privacy personal should confirm that patches are applied promptly.  Also, when breaches occur, hire and listen to