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Wells Fargo Woes Ignite Call to Beef Up Whistleblower Protections

Wells Fargo Woes Ignite Call to Beef Up Whistleblower Protections

- Morning Consult
As Wells Fargo & Co.’s consumer fraud scandal unfolds, it has fueled a push for stronger whistleblower protections in agencies that police the banking industry. Analysts say banking regulators lack critical factors — anonymity, cash rewards and communication with compliance officers — that make whistleblower programs work.
Banking regulators should take a page from the the Office of the Whistleblower at the Securities and Exchange Commission, said...

Blowing the Whistle on Corporations w/ Brian Mahany

Federal and State Regulations for Companies Disclosing Data Breaches Remain Murky

Federal and State Regulations for Companies Disclosing Data Breaches Remain Murky

When companies are breached, they are required by the SEC and state regulatory agencies, but the rules are vague and fraught with loopholes.

- The Street
The breach at Yahoo (YHOO) is likely the largest hacking incident to date to occur, as the company confirmed last week that it affected 500 million users in 2014, but other infiltrations have remained under the radar.
When companies are breached, they are required by the SEC and state regulatory agencies to disclose the incident, but the rules are vague and fraught with loopholes. Each state has its own notification requirements while the SEC says the hacking incidents need to be...

Defense Contractor Cybersecurity Breaches Bring Wave of Cyber Whistleblower Opportunities

Defense Contractor Cybersecurity Breaches Bring Wave of Cyber Whistleblower Opportunities

- Whistleblower News Review
Failure to report cyberattacks among Department of Defense (DOD) contractors and subcontractors means big whistleblower opportunities for IT professionals and other defense contractor employees. Cyber hacking and cybersecurity breaches are widespread, and a whole new category of cyber whistleblower claims are cropping up around them under the federal False Claims Act.
Cybercrime Could Cost U.S. Companies $2 Trillion by 2019 Cybercrime cost U.S. companies approximately $500 billion in...

Failure to Report Bank Cybersecurity Breaches or Cyber Inadequacies Next Whistleblower Op

Failure to Report Bank Cybersecurity Breaches or Cyber Inadequacies Next Whistleblower Op

- Whistleblower News Review
Financial institutions who fail to secure computer networks and sensitive customer information from cyber attacks are presenting huge whistleblower opportunities for IT professionals and other bank and investment firm employees. Failure to report weak cybersecurity systems and cyberhacks continue to pose a problem for U.S. banks, and whistleblowers are in prime position to collect big cash awards for their inside knowledge.
Cybercrime Estimated To Cost Global Economy over $500 Billion...

Whistle Blowers Winning

Whistle Blowers Winning

- The Insiders
Brian Mahany is a nationally known attorney.  Through the help of whistle blowers, he has exposed wrongdoings on several layers.
Find out what it's like to get the wrongdoers to pay up, especially when it's the government and some of the giant corporations we're talking about...

Saints, Sinners & Heroes by Brian Mahany

Pharmaceuticals: Pros & Cons

Pharmaceuticals: Pros & Cons

- Ask Dr. Nandi
Episode Overview: Dr. Nandi invites a patient, pharmacist, lawyer and legislator to explain the inflated costs of pharmaceuticals. Americans spent a record 374 BILLION dollars on pharmaceuticals in 2014. On average every American pays $1,000 per person, per year on pharmaceuticals. The amount of families who have spent more on prescriptions in a year than the average household income in the United States has jumped 63 percent since 2013.  A shocking one in five U.S. adults do not fill...

UBER Denies Employer Responsibility

UBER Denies Employer Responsibility

- The Suit Magazine
Mahany, a former New Orleans cop who became a prosecutor and took on the Uber class-action lawsuit. Mahany represents drivers who allege they are being ripped off by Uber Technologies, Inc., - a multinational online transportation company.
“The public face of Uber is very different than what many of the drivers report,” Mahany said. In a steady stream of legal action being taken across the nation, Uber drivers allege a double standard under which they are expected to perform...

Uber, Terrain Glissant