Tag Archives: Legal Issues

The Impact of Employee Training on Cybersecurity Breaches

Every organization is exposed to information security threats daily. It is essential that organizations have an information security protection program that is properly designed, documented, executed, and updated to minimize exposure to information loss, disruption of operations, and liability to third parties and regulators. An effective cybersecurity risk management program requires an effective governance structure … Continue reading this entry

Three Years Later, Foley Survey Reveals Positive Prognosis for Telemedicine

  We are excited to announce that Foley’s 2017 Telemedicine and Digital Health Survey is now available on foley.com. When we launched Foley’s inaugural Telemedicine and Digital Health Survey in 2014, health care executives weren’t ready to make telemedicine a significant focus of their business and patient strategies. In fact, 87 percent of respondents did not expect … Continue reading this entry

Cloud Computing 101: Tips to Control Waste

In an industry poised to exceed $250 billion in the the coming years, there isn’t a better time to review your cloud deals to ensure your company is getting maximum value for its cloud spend. As Ian Barker reports, companies are wasting an enormous amount of money on cloud services. These excess costs can be reduced … Continue reading this entry

Big Companies Should Think and Act Like Startups to Keep Data Safe

With data security breaches now a shockingly common part of modern life, businesses of all sizes are scrambling to bolster their defenses. In this guest commentary in the Boston Business Journal, we explain how businesses can fight against data breaches by taking tips from startups, and even the hackers themselves. Here’s how: Think opportunity, not crisis. … Continue reading this entry

Navigating Employment-Based Visas for Startups

Startups often seek to hire highly educated employees with degrees in STEM (science, technology, engineering and science) fields in order to compete with their established competitors. Post-graduate international students have emerged as the leading source of talent for startups as nearly 1/3 of all international students (or over 330,000 such students) are enrolled in STEM … Continue reading this entry

Beware of Clever Angels

Angel funding is a critical source of capital for early stage companies. This type of financing will typically raise from $100,000 to $1,000,000 – with even higher amounts coming from so-called “super angels.” Yet, at this early stage, startups are very hard to value and, consequently, to determine what percentage of the company’s equity should … Continue reading this entry