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Foreseeable but Unintentional Consequences of the Encryption Debate

On 12 May 2016, at the ‘Inside the Dark Web’ conference held in New York, Black Chambers will weigh in on the long-lasting and largely undiscussed implications of the ongoing legal battles over...

CFPB Data Security Enforcement: Walk the Walk or Pay Up

The Consumer Fraud Protection Bureau issued its first enforcement action for misrepresenting data security practices. In the simplest terms possible, the CFPB has made it clear that if companies are...

ISP Copyright Infringement Liability – BloomCon Digital Forensics Conference

Black Chambers, together with the Blackstone Law Group, spoke about the ongoing battle between ISPs and copyright holders at the first annual BloomCon Digital Forensics Conference held at Bloomsburg University...

Needles, Hay & E-Discovery

Sometimes the signal to noise ratio can unintentionally function as a security feature.  In other words, if you are a needle hiding in a haystack, the hay protects and provides the cover of...

FireEye injunction causes Infosec community rift

The San Francisco Chronicle interviewed and quoted Black Chambers CEO, Alexander Urbelis, about a the fallout from a controversial injunction ordered against German security research firm, ERNW,...

After a century of mass government surveillance, it's time for new limits

In the wake of the NY Times revelations about a longstanding partnership between the NSA and AT&T, Black Chambers CEO, Alexander Urbelis, published an op-ed on The Intercept arguing that there is...