Data Protection

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EUROPE: Security and privacy must go hand in hand, not head-to-head, says European Privacy Supervisor

At a 29 April Cybersecurity and Privacy conference in Brussels, Keynote Speaker and recently appointed European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) Giovanni Buttarelli was given the opportunity to comment on his 5-year...more

Addressing Cybersecurity Oversight in Audit Committee Charters

Cybersecurity continues to emerge as a key risk that is attracting the attention of regulators and boards of directors. Companies take different approaches regarding how the board fulfills its oversight duty with respect to...more

TurboTax’s software maker Intuit on the hot seat for lax security measures to prevent tax fraud

Intuit, Inc., the maker of the software used by TurboTax customers to file electronic tax returns stopped its e-filing return program in February after receiving notices from multiple states that thousands of fraudulent tax...more

SEC Issues Cybersecurity Guidance Update for Investment Advisers

On April 28, 2015, the SEC’s Division of Investment Management (the “Division”) issued a Guidance Update regarding the SEC’s initiative to assess cybersecurity preparedness and threats in the securities industry, further...more

Secretary Of Homeland Security Seeks Cooperation Between Public And Private Sectors In Fight Against Cybercriminals

On April 21, 2015, Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) Secretary Jeh Johnson spoke at the annual RSA Conference 2015. In his remarks, Johnson explained that, while the DHS was established primarily to focus on...more

Privacy Tuesday – April 2015 #3

Some privacy & security bits and bytes to start your week: FCC to Hold Public Workshop on Broadband Consumer Privacy Tomorrow - Over the last several months, the Federal Communications Commission has taken on a...more

First IoT Legal and Business Framework Webinar: Summary of Conclusions!

Thank you all for attending our webinar on the “Internet of Things Legal and Business Framework”. For those who could not attend, the main conclusions are summarized below...more

Scope for damages for data protection violations in the UK widened by the Court of Appeal

The English Court of Appeal recently gave judgement in a case arising out of the tracking of Internet behaviour via a web browser. In Vidal-Hall v Google1, the Court of Appeal found that...more

Amidst Increasing Security Concerns, Medicare to Drop Social Security Numbers from Cards

In an effort to combat growing concerns of identity left, President Obama signed into law last week a bill that will require the removal of Social Security Numbers (SSNs) from all Medicare beneficiary cards. The change, which...more

China Appears To Delay Implementation Of New IT Security Measures In Banking Sector In Response To US, Canadian, EU, Japanese...

In response to concerns raised by the governments of the United States, Canada, the European Union and Japan - bilaterally and at the World Trade Organization (WTO) - the Chinese government appears to have placed...more

Argentina Adopts New Data Protection Regulations for the Use of Do Not Call Registry and CCTV

The Argentinian Data Protection Authority (DPA) beefs up penalties to fight robocalls and unconsented-to video surveillance by enacting Do Not Call and CCTV regulations....more

The Arizona Data Breach Law

Almost all U.S states have laws about data security and what to do when there’s a data breach. Here is what’s in the Arizona law. Who The Law Applies To. The law applies to anyone who conducts business in Arizona and...more

Payment Method Security and the Expanding Role of Chip & Pin

With the increased awareness of major data breaches and the ever-expanding prevalence of credit card fraud, payment transaction security has become an important discussion in this country. ...more

New Rulings Address BYOD Policies

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies are on the rise, meaning that an increasing number of employees are using their personal devices to access company servers. But, with the prevalence of a new employment trend inevitably...more

[Event] 2015 Connecticut Cyber and Privacy Forum - April 23, New Haven, CT

Wiggin and Dana is pleased to host our annual Connecticut Cyber and Privacy Forum. This full-day cyber and privacy forum features speakers and panelists from the cyber consulting and insurance industries, the Connecticut...more

NYDFS Cyber Security Report Shows Vulnerabilities in Banks’ Third-Party Vendors

On April 9, the NYDFS released a report finding potential cyber security vulnerabilities with banks’ third-party vendors, based on a survey of 40 banking organizations regarding the cyber security standards in place for their...more

Alert: How businesses can prepare for the Russian data protection law

In July 2014 President Putin approved Federal Law No. 242-FZ ("On Amendments to Certain Laws of the Russian Federation in Order to Clarify the Procedure for Personal Data Processing in Information and Telecommunications...more

South Korea Strengthens Security Measures for Personal Information

South Korea’s Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs issued an amended version of the Standards of Personal Information Security Measures (the ‘Standards’). These Standards seek to close loopholes and...more

First Steps Taken to Establish Federal Law Requiring Companies to Secure Consumer Data; Will Congress Pass Something This Year?

The U.S. House Energy & Commerce Committee took the first steps recently to establish a federal law that would cover actions that companies need to take to secure consumer data. ...more

Getting the Best Medical Care: a Newsletter from Patrick Malone - April 2015

In This Issue: - What's at Risk - Who's Peeking Into Your File? - Quality Control Is Lacking - How to Protect Your Health Information - Excerpt from Who's Peeking Into Your File? The Washington Post...more

[Webinar] Compliance with EU Data Protection for US Companies - April 29, 1:00-2:00 EDT

This webinar, the fourth in our Privacy Series, will consider issues faced by US companies who do business in Europe or simply interact with European customers. We will look at how to determine whether EU data protection laws...more

Huge Settlement in Massive Data Breach, But Will It Help?

Remember the massive data breach incident at Target stores during the holiday season of 2013? It resulted in a huge class action suit that may soon be settled for $10 million. Could this be the cautionary tale to get...more

New rules on mobile payments!

Time is up for companies operating in the mobile payments’ arena, as from April 1, 2015 the new set of rules issued by the Italian Data Protection Authority (Garante per la protezione dei dati personali, the “Italian DPA”)...more

NJ first state to restrict access to car recording device data

Did you know that your car has a recording device that records the speed, direction, and location of your vehicle while you are driving it, as well as your steering, braking, seat belt use and erratic driver behavior?...more

Update: Germany's Draft Bill on IT Security

On March 20, 2015, the revised bill to increase the security of IT systems (the "Draft Bill")was first read in the German Bundestag. As contemplated in the White & Case Technology Newsflash of August 2014, the overarching...more

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