Clark Hill Attorney J. Alexander Hershey Published in The Legal Intelligencer
Clark Hill member J. Alexander Hershey was recently published in The Legal Intelligencer. His article, “The Post-COVID-19 Era Brings a New Age of Cybersecurity Concern,” focuses on the pandemic and how it has forced employees to work remotely. This has resulted in school closures impacting almost 70% of the world’s student population, and given rise to many new online scams. These drastic, rapid changes highlight the need for better organizational and individual cybersecurity practices.
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The article was co-authored with Sebastian M. Fischer, who was recently an associate in the firm’s litigation group. He now holds an Internship position in the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, although the views expressed in the article are not specifically a reflection of the views of the United States government and/or CISA.
Hershey is a member of Clark Hill and its Litigation group focusing on unfair competition, trade regulation, and intellectual property protection, including with respect to technical and cybersecurity practices.
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