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More Breach Law Changes: Arizona Updates Notice Law

Arizona’s Governor recently signed HB2154, which expands Arizona’s data breach notice law. The law was effective upon signing, and now requires companies to notify the state attorney general when more than 1,000 individuals have been impacted. It also allows email notice if the company has the individual’s email address.  This removes the need to have … Continue Reading

And Then There Was None: Alabama Becomes 50th State With Breach Notice Law

Alabama is the final US state to enact data breach notification legislation. The new law takes effect on June 1, 2018 and applies to electronic “sensitive” data. This includes full Social Security and government-issued identification numbers, account and payment card numbers (in combination with security or access codes or PIN numbers), health information, and a … Continue Reading

And Then There Was One: South Dakota Passes Breach Notice Law, Alabama May Not Be Far Behind

South Dakota recently became the 49th US state to enact data breach notification legislation. The new law takes effect July 1, 2018 and mirrors other states’ breach notice laws. Information that if breached, gives rise to a duty to notify is defined to include Social Security and government-issued identification numbers, account and payment card numbers … Continue Reading

Privacy, Data Security, and Your Board: Day Five

In our final installment on privacy, cyber security, and your board, we look at privacy and cyber issues in M&A. So you are thinking about acquiring a new entity? Divesting of current one? Due diligence will need to be conducted to best understand and evaluate privacy and data security issues and risks. Your board will … Continue Reading

Privacy, Data Security, and Your Board: Day Four

In our fourth installment of privacy, data (cyber) security, and your board, we look at crisis management and data breach issues. As part of providing appropriate duty of care and oversight, board members will want to ensure that the company has an incident response plan in place. They should review and understand the plan. They … Continue Reading

Privacy, Data Security, and Your Board: Day Three

In our ongoing conversation about privacy, data security and your board, we turn next to cyber insurance and vendor management. Boards, when executing their duty of care, should keep in mind that while there may be some coverage for data incidents under a company’s CGL and D&O policies, there may be significant gaps in coverage … Continue Reading

There’s a Form for That? Breach Notices and State Reporting Portals

The recent launch by Massachusetts Attorney General of an online data breach reporting portal is a reminder that many states have such online reporting mechanisms. In Massachusetts, companies that have suffered a data breach and are required to provide notice to the MA AG can either continue to submit a hard copy notice to MA, … Continue Reading
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