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Tag Archives: Data Breach Notification Law

Noteworthy Trends in Privacy and Data Security

Reports of sophisticated cyberattacks and ransomware threats dominated 2021 headlines, along with evolving state data privacy laws in the absence of comprehensive federal data protection regulation. Cross-border data transfers between the EU and US still lack a clear, streamlined mechanism while national authorities continue to negotiate an EU-US Privacy Shield replacement. The past year also … Continue Reading

The New SHIELD Act Changes Breach Notification Rules and Data Security Standards for New Yorkers’ Personal Information

Reflecting the movement to toughen data security laws on a state-by-state basis, on July 25, 2019, Governor Cuomo signed into law the Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act (the “SHIELD Act” or the “Act”). The Act amends New York State’s current data breach notification law, which covers breaches of certain personally-identifiable computerized data … Continue Reading

Bills Introduced in California Legislature to Expand Scope of Breach Notification Law and Amend the CCPA

California already has some of the strongest data privacy laws in the United States, but within the past week state legislators, with the backing of the California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, have proposed two new bills that would strengthen California’s data privacy laws even more. One bill (SB 561) would amend key sections of the … Continue Reading
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