Connecticut Amends Data Breach Notification Statute

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Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, Andrew Martin, reports that Connecticut follows Vermont as the second state this summer to amend its data breach statute to require notice to be given to the state’s Attorney General. These new amendments seem to be on the forefront of a legislative trend to notify state and federal offices of data breaches.

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