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Amid Pandemic Remaining New York SHIELD Act Data Security Requirements Have Taken Effect

The developing coronavirus pandemic affects businesses and personnel within the state and elsewhere.  With more New Yorkers working from home, there are more opportunities for cyberattacks through unsecure remote connections and the public concern growing each day. The New York SHIELD (“Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security”) Act was signed to law on July … Continue Reading

Federal Trade Commission Announces Settlement with TJX Over Inadequate Security Practices

According to a proposed settlement announced by the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) on March 27, 2008, discount retailer TJX will be required to implement a comprehensive information security program to remedy deficiencies in protecting sensitive consumer information. If approved, the settlement will resolve allegations that the company engaged in practices that failed to provide reasonable and … Continue Reading
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