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Businesses Take Note: Updates to Maryland’s Data Breach Notification Law Take Effect January 1, 2018

by Pessin Katz Law, P.A. on

What are businesses required to do when personal information they have collected is breached? Most states have breach notification laws with varying degrees of security and notice requirements. With high profile data...more

Delaware Updates Data Breach Notification Obligations

by Morgan Lewis on

On August 17, 2017, Delaware Governor John Carney signed into law an act to amend Title 6 of the Delaware Code relating to breaches of security involving personal information. The amended law and the new obligations it...more

Delaware Updates its Data Breach Notification Law

Forty-eight states have enacted data breach notification laws, and they frequently are amended and updated. The most recent state to update its law is Delaware. ...more

New Mexico’s Data Breach Law

by Snell & Wilmer on

Almost all U.S states have laws about data security and what to do when there’s a data breach. New Mexico recently added such a law for its state. Here is what’s in the New Mexico law....more

New Mexico Enacts New Data Breach Notification Laws

by Revision Legal on

New Mexico recently became the 48th state in the US to adopt data breach notification laws. The new laws take effect June 16, 2017 and will apply in all situations in which a data breach occurs, i.e., an unauthorized attempt...more

New Mexico Enacts Data Breach Notification Law

Governor Susana Martinez recently signed into law the New Mexico “Data Breach Notification Act” (the Act), making New Mexico the 48th state (plus Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia) to adopt legislation mandating the...more

California Amends Data Breach Notification Law to Require Notification of Breach of Encrypted Personal Information When Encryption...

On September 13, 2016, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law AB 2828, an amendment to the law that requires businesses to disclose data breaches to California residents whose personal information has been...more

California Updates Data Security Laws

Why it matters - The first state to enact data breach notification legislation, California has now updated Civil Code Section 1798.82 with three new bills signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown. Specifically, Senate...more

California Expands Data Breach Notification Requirements

by King & Spalding on

On October 6, 2015, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law three bills, A.B. 964, S.B. 570, and S.B. 34, expanding the requirements of California’s data breach notification law. The new requirements will become...more

More Data Vulnerabilities, Cyber Breaches Detected in Healthcare Exchanges

by Reed Smith on

Government audits continue to reveal that millions of people’s personally identifiable information is at risk. Continuous audit reports by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) of The Department of Health and Human...more

California Amends Data Breach Notification Statute by Requiring Specific Notification Content and Expanding the Definition of...

by Wilson Elser on

California’s Data Breach Notification Statute was amended on October 6, 2015, by Governor Jerry Brown. The amendment, which takes effect on January 1, 2016, makes important changes to the existing law, including new...more

Huge fine of nearly U.S. $2 million levied on Mexican bank after data breach

by Reed Smith on

In early September, Mexico’s data protection authority, the National Transparency, Information Access and Data Protection Institute (INAI), issued a fine of 32 million pesos (U.S. $1.95 million) to Mexican bank Grupo...more

California Passes New Law Protecting Consumers From Data Breaches

by Blank Rome LLP on

On September 30, 2014, Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1710, authored by Assembly Members Roger Dickinson (D-Sacramento) and Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont). AB 1710 enhances consumer protections by strengthening the...more

California's Privacy Laws on the Move

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

The State of California, long the most proactive U.S. state in enacting data privacy laws, has again modified its breach notification and data protection laws. This week, Governor Jerry Brown signed two privacy bills into...more

Russian Cyberattack May Trigger State Security Laws And Notification Obligations

by JD Supra Perspectives on

Now that entities are aware that at least 1.2 billion records have been compromised from websites spanning across all industries, a question arises whether entities have an obligation to investigate whether their websites...more

Cyber Security: Forewarned is Fair-Warned

by Gray Reed & McGraw on

When Wei Wong, owner of Sushi Mushi, a popular Japanese food bistro in Texas, installed a phone add-on to take credit and debit card payments straight from his employees’ phones, his revenues skyrocketed. Yesterday the Feds...more

Florida Passes New Data Breach Notification Law Requiring Enforcement of Civil Penalties For Untimely Notice

by King & Spalding on

Personal information now includes online account information, health insurance policy numbers, and medical information - Florida Governor Rick Scott signed into law the Florida Information Protection Act of 2014...more

Is this the Beginning of a New Era in State Data Breach Notification Laws?

An Overview of the Florida Information Protection Act of 2014 (FIPA) - On June 20, 2014, Florida Governor Rick Scott approved FIPA. This comprehensive new data security law becomes effective July 1, 2014. The nature of...more

New rules for biometric data

by DLA Piper on

New rules on the usage of biometric data issued by the Italian data protection authority (the “Garante” or “DPA“) are meant to clarify the applicable obligations with the purpose to ease the adoption of technologies relying...more

Connecticut Appellate Court Affirms Denial of Coverage Under CGL Policy for Data Breach

by Nelson Brown & Co. on

As more data breaches and information security events occur, the insurance industry will see more disputes over whether losses from these events are covered under commercial general liability (CGL) policies. In the latest...more

International Privacy - 2013 Year in Review

by BakerHostetler on

2013 was a year in contrasts within data privacy. To begin with the “normal” course, Canada sought (but failed) to pass a mandatory breach notification amendment to its federal privacy law, and Uruguay acceded to the European...more

International Privacy - 2013 Year in Review - Canada

by BakerHostetler on

This fall, Canadian Parliament failed to pass proposed amendments to its federal privacy law that would impose a mandatory breach notification requirement. Bill C-12, originally introduced in 2010 and reintroduced in 2011,...more

On the Second Day of Privacy, California Gave to Me……

Well, the headlines don’t exactly work with the traditional tune, but blame the editor for that... 2013 was a busy year for California. We passed a budget with a surplus, let Kim and Kanye get engaged in one of our...more

The Challenges of Compliance

by Scott & Scott, LLP on

Compliance, like many other aspects of the business world, is a balance of risks. Unfortunately, it often takes an organization being rebuked in some fashion before it realizes the importance of failure to be in compliance. ...more

New California Law Protects Online Account Information

by Morgan Lewis on

As of January 1, security breach notifications must be provided to consumers when certain account information is compromised. On September 27, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill No. 46 (S.B....more

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