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Author: Steven Teppler

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Join host and renowned attorney Steven Teppler for an enlightening and provocative conversation where technology meets consumer rights, the law, and cybersecurity.
14 Episodes
We've all heard the term "trade secrets" when it comes to business, but there are some misconceptions about what this means. Whether it's simply a customer email list or the recipe for Coca Cola, trade secrets encompass many areas that are unique to any company. In this episode of CyberLaw Now, host Steven Teppler talks with Eyal Iffergan, a leading expert in operational, process, organization and technology management, about how cybersecurity is paramount to keeping a company's proprietary information secret.
From simple algorithms to complex learning machines, artificial intelligence plays a huge role in shaping the world around us. From a simple online search to analyzing your shopping habits both online and in a store, artificial intelligence is always present. In this episode of CyberLaw Now, host and attorney Steven Teppler speaks to cybersecurity expert Ben Tomhave about how artificial intelligence is being used to match your physical presence with your online presence in order to know you better than you know yourself. 
With all the news about data breaches and hacks, cybersecurity has become a huge issue for many companies. Small businesses especially need to be extra vigilant of making sure their data is secure. In this episode of CyberLaw Now, attorney and host Steven Teppler talks to Jim Murray, Corporate Information Security Executive for the National Council on Compensation Insurance, about what businesses can do to strengthen their cybersecurity as well as what the public can do to safeguard their data.
Every October has been set aside as National Cyber Security Awareness Month - a public service campaign to ensure every American has the resources they need to stay safer and more secure online. In this episode of CyberLaw Now, guest host Kim Komando looks at some of the major online threats that you need to know about, and how to protect your personal information from hackers.
Google saves your search history and tracks what you click online. If you need a break from the surveillance, you have options. You can use a search engine that does not mark your every move. In this episode of Cyberlaw Now, host Kim Komando gives 3 ways to search the web without being tracked by Google or anyone else.
What laws protect our online privacy or take it away? What about our children’s? Learn about your rights to gain access to public records and find out what the government is keeping from you. Host and renowned attorney Steven Teppler and guest, retired FBI special agent Lawrence Wolfenden, discuss the benefits of open records and what laws the government has in place to safeguard our personal data.
Credit card companies are supposed to keep our data safe and private but that has not always been the case. In this episode of CyberLaw Now, host and renowned attorney Steven Teppler talks to retired FBI special agent Lawrence Wolfenden, now a cybersecurity and privacy expert with the Sylint Group, about the payment card industry data security standards and what privacy obligations these credit card companies owe to their customers.
Cyber security and privacy seems be in the news everyday. Whether it's a data leak or a data breach, it seems that your private information is getting passed around every day. In this episode of CyberLaw Now, host and renowned attorney Steven Teppler talks to retired FBI special agent Lawrence Wolfenden, now a cybersecurity and privacy expert with the Sylint Group, about his experiences with electronic privacy issues during his career as well as what the government can and can't do when it comes to protecting our privacy.
What will fail first, the oven or the software running it? If this question makes you stop and think, this podcast will reveal the risk of widespread injury from connected devices and the Internet Of Things. You'll learn what you can do to prevent problems and what legal recourse you can take if you suffer injury or property damage.
The Dark Web is considered the largest lair of criminality online today. In this second part of the series, we talk to cyber security expert Jake Simpson who is a Dark Web investigative expert about what he does for his clients to ensure their data is not being used in the Dark Web. Jake explains how he is assisting law enforcement agencies in their investigation and learn about the shadow brokers, a group who uncovered classified data and release it to the public.
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