This method effects only one variant of the cached content.Fetches requested content from the application, even if cached content is available.The content previously stored in the cache is replaced with a new version from the application.There are three specific methods to invalidate a cache, but not all caching proxies support these methods. When the client requests the data again, it is fetched from the application and stored in the caching proxy.
The decision prevents companies from relying on the popular EU/US Safe Harbor Framework. Data…Read more[View Video] Tapping its pipeline of trial-tested litigators, Ulmer & Berne is announcing that three accomplished partners will lead the firm’s respected Business Litigation Practice Group. Cache invalidation is a process in a computer system whereby entries in a cache are replaced or removed.Invalidation is carried out by changing the application data, which in turn marks the information received by the client as out-of-date.After the cache is invalidated, if the client requests the cache, they are delivered a new version.
February 2015 - On February 3, 2015, the Securities and Exchange Commission released a report (the “Summary”) detailing the results of its examination of the cybersecurity practices of 57 registered broker-dealers and 49 registered investment advisers.The Summary illuminates many areas of cybersecurity programs that may merit additional attention and…Read more October 2015 - On October 6, 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued an opinion that substantially complicates data transfers from the European Union (EU) to the United States. Harris will serve as Co-Chairs alongside Cincinnati-based partner Robin D.