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Introducing InhouseBlog author Geoffrey G. Gussis

Please help me welcome blogger Geoffrey G. Gussis, the newest blawg affiliate. Gussis, an attorney with Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland & Perretti LLP, specializes in corporate law, with a focus on information technology, intellectual property and Internet law issues.

On InhouseBlog, Gussis reveals that he reads aggressively and is willing to talk like someone who isn't part of a corporate superstructure. I'm partial to his posts on news of the legal and weird, as well as corporate risk management & compliance, such as this one:

Hell to Pay for Data Security Breaches?

When a top government official uses the expression "somebody has got to pay," you can be pretty sure of two things: (1) it's probably not going to be the government, and (2) it's probably going to involve your company sooner or later.  Recent comments by Orson Swindle, a commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission are no exception to this rule. reports part of his comments as follows: "While politicians raise hell about identity theft, what we're really talking about is the failure to protect valuable currency," Swindle said. "Corporate boards better start paying attention, because they haven't been." Be forewarned -- additional scrutiny, regulation and "hell" are on the way.


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