Tag Archives: data protection

Vermont Is First Mover Regulating Data Brokers

Vermont recently enacted a data broker security law, one of the first of its kind. The law, which went into in May, requires data brokers to develop and implement a comprehensive security program. The program needs to include administrative and technical safeguards to protect personal information. Data brokers are defined as businesses that collect and … Continue Reading

Louisiana Adds Data Security Requirements to Breach Notice Law

Louisiana’s breach notice law has been amended to require companies to protect personal information. The definition of personal information matches that which -if breached- would give rise to a duty to notify. This includes name combined with social security numbers, drivers’ license (and state ID/passport numbers) or financial account numbers. The law applies to companies … Continue Reading

Sabre Cyber Breach: New Developments

There were new developments regarding the Sabre cyber breach this past week, as the travel industry and the public are learning more about its scope and scale. To recap, in early May, Sabre, Inc., which provides electronic travel booking services, disclosed that it was investigating “an incident of unauthorized access to payment information contained in … Continue Reading

The GDPR and The Bottom Line

How The EU Data Privacy Regulation Will Affect American Companies’ Data Collection and Processing Practices – and Their Revenue For American companies who do business in Europe or who process the personal data of EU residents, the world of data privacy and security is about to get much more complicated. While U.S. privacy law is … Continue Reading

EU-US Privacy Shield: Brace Yourself . . . or Maybe Not

On February 29, 2016, the European Commission and United States released the terms of the much-anticipated renewed framework for the transfer, sharing, and processing of European individuals’ data to the United States. The framework replaces the “Safe Harbour” mechanism, which enabled U.S. companies to transfer data from the EU to the United States by self-certifying … Continue Reading
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