Tag Archives: cybersecurity

30 Days to Meet New US-Specific Data Security Requirements

Israeli companies with e-commerce and other web activities reaching persons living in the United States should be aware of new Data Privacy legislation on the horizon regarding the personal information of Colorado residents.  By Sept. 1, formal data security and data disposal programs must be in place to be in compliance with the laws. Read … Continue Reading

Oct. 2, 2016: Israeli Publication Maariv Sums-Up the Past Year with Israeli Business Leaders

On the eve of the new Jewish year, Maariv, one of Israel’s oldest and most respected publications, asked some leaders of the business community in Israel to share their most significant achievement from the past year. Among the eight people selected by Maariv was Gary M. Epstein, managing shareholder of Greenberg Traurig’s Tel Aviv office; … Continue Reading

Cloud Migration Demystified

Migration is already underway, but some of the world’s largest organizations are still reluctant. They handle proprietary data and a staggering volume of transactions.  They want to marshal information and deliver nuanced results.  But a lack of appreciation for the Cloud’s promise, together with questions surrounding security and cost, make many CTOs and COOs cling … Continue Reading

Israeli Homeland Security Summit for Secure Facilities in NYC on May 18 and Philadelphia on May 19

Greenberg Traurig hosted (in NYC) and participated (in Philadelphia) in the Israeli Homeland Security Summit for Secure Facilities on May 18 in NY and May 19 in Philadelphia.   The delegation consisted of leading Israeli homeland security/cybersecurity companies in industries including: Communication Technologies, Video Analysis and Surveillance, Facial Recognition, Perimeter Security, Command and Control, and Drugs … Continue Reading

Rudy Giuliani Visits Germany and Delivers Keynotes at Several Events in the German-American Business Community

Last week, our global chair for the Cybersecurity, Privacy and Crisis Management Practice, Rudolph W. Giuliani, toured Germany for the first time in his capacity as a member of GT. He went to Frankfurt and Berlin, speaking at various conferences and receptions. During his visit, Rudy gave keynotes at several events in the German-American business … Continue Reading

May 17: Securing Critical Infrastructure Breakfast

Tuesday, May 17th 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Please join the Israel Economic Mission, the Israeli Export and International Cooperation Institute for a breakfast and roundtable discussion on security challenges facing critical infrastructure and current technological solutions for addressing them. This intimate gathering will provide an opportunity to network with some of Israel’s most advanced … Continue Reading

Former Mayor of NYC Rudolph W. Giuliani’s Visits the Tel Aviv Office

March 12-15 marked the first visit of Rudolph W. Giuliani, the former Mayor of New York City and current global chair of the firm’s Cybersecurity, Privacy and Crisis Management Practice and newest member of the firm’s Israel Practice, to the Tel Aviv office. The Mayor has visited Israel often, but this is the first of … Continue Reading

Rudolph W. Giuliani to Join Greenberg Traurig in New York

  NEW YORK (January 19, 2016)  — Former New York City Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani has announced he will join global law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP, as Global Chair of the firm’s Cybersecurity and Crisis Management Practice and Senior Advisor to firm Executive Chairman Richard A. Rosenbaum. Also joining Greenberg Traurig will be former supervisory federal … Continue Reading

Executive Order on Cybersecurity Impacts Government Contractors and Other Critical

On February 12, President Obama signed an Executive Order aimed at strengthening the cybersecurity of the nation’s critical infrastructure. The Executive Order, titled “Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity” focuses on increasing protection from cyber attacks by: (i) requiring federal agencies to share information about cyber threats with U.S. companies; and (ii) directing the National Institutes of Standards and Technology (NIST) to develop standard practices and procedures to effectively minimize the risk of cyber attacks. As the owners and operators of critical infrastructure, government contractors and others, will be affected by the implementation of this Executive Order.… Continue Reading
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