Cordery’s Jonathan Armstrong was recently a guest on the influential In House Warrior podcast where he spoke with Richard Levick on ransomware and the pay or not to pay debate. Jonathan also talks to Richard about recent GDPR cases and whether GDPR enforcement is reaching a new stage. They discuss the latest thinking on paying ransomware, which is seen by some as a cost of doing business but also funds terrorism and increases dark side talent and the likelihood of future attacks.
The In House Warrior podcast is produced in partnership with the Corporate Counsel Business Journal. It provides insights into what General Counsels and heads of legal need to know about a topical issue. In House Warrior is carried on all major podcast channels and is distributed daily by the CCBJ to its 40,000 readers.
Richard Levick is one of America’s best known crisis management specialists. He is a television news contributor on crisis and public affairs communications; columnist for multiple publications; book author; pioneer of litigation communications; globally recognized crisis communications keynote speaker and professor at the Fordham and Wake Forest Schools of Law. He and his firm have represented more than 300 of the world’s largest law firms, hundreds of companies and over 30 countries, providing heads of state with intelligence, access and insight into Washington.
You can listen to the podcast here https://bit.ly/levickransom
You can read our thoughts on the issues with ransomware payments here https://bit.ly/ransompay