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About Jason Wool

Jason Wool

Jason Wool’s practice focuses on cybersecurity, including cyber risk management, incident response, and compliance with global data protection laws, regulations, and standards, including the PCI-DSS. He has advised organizations ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies during complex, privileged computer crime investigations; provided ongoing advice on the development of cybersecurity programs and cybersecurity governance structures; conducted tabletop exercises and other data breach simulations; and assisted clients with large scale audits to determine compliance with complex cybersecurity standards.

Recent Posts

In our recent blog post on the Article 29 Working Party’s draft guidance on the GDPR’s breach notification requirements, we explored some of the questions answered – as well as left unanswered – by the...

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Most companies handling personal data of EU residents know that the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) will impose mandatory data breach notification requirements, but the Regulation leaves several fundamental questions unanswered. The Article 29 Working...

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S3 Buckets: Not so Simple?

September 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

Uber has agreed to settle a complaint stemming from allegations that the ride-hailing company made deceptive claims concerning its data security practices following a 2014 data breach. The data breach in question affected an Amazon...

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Podcast: Data Do, Data Don’t

August 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Most websites and apps collect information from its users. But are you doing it in a legally-compliant way? We won’t be taking over any New Year’s countdowns, but listen to our radio-ready voices as we...

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Now that the New York Department of Financial Services (“DFS”) cybersecurity regulations have partially gone into effect (as of March 1st), you may be wondering: Does this apply to my company? (Don’t worry, you have...

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Because regulators want to ensure that player funds are safeguarded in the event of corporate financial difficulties, such as bankruptcy, and may not be used to repay corporate debts, several states require Fantasy Sports operators...

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