Resources

GDPR Check App

Compliance made simple. GDPR Check makes it easy for companies to gauge their compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation – a complex set of data privacy rules governing the personal data of all EU citizens. The app maps an organization’s data management practices and policies across 17 areas to help determine GDPR compliance. It’s now easier for businesses to understand GDPR law and avoid heavy noncompliance penalties.

GDPR Check is available for free download in the Apple App and Google Play stores.

Data Breach 411 App

Sensitive data. Gone. Stolen by faceless thieves who breached the company’s seemingly secure network. But combating potential catastrophe and navigating proper response protocol has never been easier, thanks to an iPhone app launched by Fox. Data Breach 411 promises a guide to swift damage control at the fingertips. Download the app for free in the iTunes Store.

Privacy Compliance & Data Security blog

Privacy compliance and electronic data security affect almost every business. Data breach prevention is essential. Fox Rothschild's Privacy Compliance & Data Security Blog helps readers navigate through the policies and best practices of data breach response. The Blog covers topics such compliance with data protection laws, regulatory enforcement and litigation.
Visit the Privacy Compliance & Data Security blog

HIPAA & Health Information Technology blog

Need information about the legal developments, issues, and other pertinent information relating the creation, use, and exchange of health information? Look to Fox's HIPAA, HITECH and Health Information Technology blog. Our multidisciplinary team of Fox attorneys discuss topics such as EHRs and PHRs; HIEs, RHIOs and EHR networks; privacy and security; breaches; recent legislation; intellectual property issues; physician perspectives; and litigation risks, among other related topics.
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Cybersecurity Readiness Report

Fox commissioned a cross-industry survey of chief executives to gauge corporate cybersecurity preparedness. While the survey found that many top executives appear to understand and recognize cyber threats, it also revealed that far too few companies have implemented vital defenses.

The survey examined five key areas of cybersecurity readiness:

  • Breach response plans
  • Budget priorities
  • Cyber liability policies
  • Determining risk severity
  • Training effectiveness

The report offers big-picture takeaways about best practices for cyber threat awareness and prevention.