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Arnold & Porter's Cybersecurity team litigates data security breach cases, counsels on a full range of compliance, regulatory, and liability issues, represents government contractors in procurement-related cybersecurity matters, and advises clients on strategy and policy matters involving cyber capabilities, defensive and offensive cyber operations, and vulnerability management. Government contractors face particular cybersecurity challenges because, while they are subject to many of the same regulatory requirements and cyber challenges as other companies, they also face US government procurement mandates related to the protection of US government information and networks, and must meet requirements arising from the security clearances that the contractors hold. Our government contracts lawyers work closely with colleagues across the firm to meet the specialized cybersecurity needs of defense, aerospace, Internet, software, hardware, and other companies doing business with the federal government.

Perspectives

Data Security Roundup—October 2016
A publication of the Privacy and Data Security Team
OCC Continues Its Rollout of a Limited-Purpose FinTech Charter with Its Proposed Rules Concerning the Resolution of Uninsured National Banks
Advisory
New Cybersecurity Rules May Apply Imminently to a Wide Range of Financial Services Firms in New York State
Advisory
A New Kind of Heart Attack: Allegations of Cybersecurity Risks in Cardiac Pacemakers
Digital Health Download
NIST Issues Revisions to Special Publication 800-171
Arnold & Porter Advisory
Data Security Roundup—August 2016
A publication of the Privacy and Data Security Team
Virtually All Contractors Subject To New Cybersecurity Rule
Published by Aerospace & Defense Law360, Government Contracts Law360, Privacy Law360, and Public Policy Law360
Virtually All Federal Contractors Now Subject to “Basic Safeguarding” Cybersecurity Requirements
Arnold & Porter Advisory
Data Breach Watch: Five Things General Counsel Should Do Right Now
Arnold & Porter Advisory
Two More Years: DoD Gives Defense Contractors Until December 31, 2017 to Comply With Baseline “Adequate” Cybersecurity Requirements
Pratt's Government Contracting Law Report, Vol. 2 No. 4, 145-147
FDA Issues Draft Guidance for Postmarket Cybersecurity in Medical Devices
Arnold & Porter Advisory
FTC Report on Big Data Could Foreshadow Big Compliance Issues: Implications for Unfair Lending, Credit Reporting, and Unfair and Deceptive Practices Compliance
Arnold & Porter Advisory
More Teeth, No Bytes: OFAC Issues Regulations For Its Yet Unexercised Cyber-Related Sanctions Authority
Arnold & Porter Advisory
Two More Years: DoD Gives Defense Contractors Until December 31, 2017, to Comply With Baseline “Adequate” Cybersecurity Requirements
Arnold & Porter Advisory

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