In the wake of cyber crimes, countless corporate victims have avoided contacting law enforcement, fearing negative reputational, regulatory, litigation, or operational consequences. Some business leaders vividly imagine dire scenarios involving federal agents swarming the company’s offices, shutting down operations, scrutinizing information security practices, and seizing information for a regulatory enforcement...
Was Columbia Law School correct in letting students delay their final exams because of recent grand jury decisions?
Columbia will let its law school students postpone their final exams if they are traumatized from the incidents.
The incidence of fraud in the United States doubled from 8 percent to 16 percent over the last two years at select companies, according to a new EY Global Fraud Survey. It also appears many top executives may be underestimating risk from cybercrime.
January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and we must all do our part to raise awareness about this horrific crime and find ways we can combat it.