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Part Two: In-Depth Look at New York’s New Data Security Bill

Second in a two-part series. Last week, in the first part of this series, we examined several key aspects of New York’s proposed data security law, Stop Hacks and Improve Data Security Act or SHIELD Act. In our second and...more

The evolving cyber insurance market: How IT companies, financial institutions, and other nontraditional players can offer cyber...

by Hogan Lovells on

In this hoganlovells.com interview, Hogan Lovells counsel Robert Fettman discusses the evolution of cyber insurance, the level of regulatory oversight applied to covered entities, and ways that noninsurance companies can...more

Proposed Ohio Law May Encourage Businesses to Adopt Cyber Standards

Recently proposed legislation in Ohio could provide businesses with special protection from lawsuits in the event of a hack under certain circumstances. Senate Bill 220 would shelter businesses that have been proactive in...more

Forward Vision: New York’s Cybersecurity Regulation Imposes a Series of Deadlines

by Locke Lord LLP on

New York’s cybersecurity regulation that went into effect in March has far reaching implications. The first transition date for implementation of several requirements of the state’s Department of Financial Services regulation...more

Blockchain Week in Review – October #8

by Perkins Coie on

Below is a summary of some of the significant legal and regulatory actions that occurred over the past week. This alert is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all such developments, but rather a selection of...more

NAIC Adopts Model Cybersecurity Law

by Locke Lord LLP on

Based largely on the NY DFS Cybersecurity Regulation that became effective March 1, 2017, the NAIC has adopted a Model Cybersecurity Law that would, once adopted by the various states, establish significant requirements for...more

NY DFS Cybersecurity Exemption Filings due October 30

by Locke Lord LLP on

October 30, 2017 is the extended deadline for most Covered Entities claiming an exemption to file the Notice of Exemption required by the NY DFS Cybersecurity Regulation (23 NYCRR 500.19(e)). The filing deadline is 30 days...more

Fintech Week in Review – October 2017

by Perkins Coie on

Below is a summary of some of the significant legal and regulatory actions that occurred over the past week. This alert is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all such developments, but rather a selection of...more

Anti-Money Laundering and Bank Secrecy Act Update

by Moore & Van Allen PLLC on

After the Panama Papers exposed efforts by wealthy individuals and government officials to hide funds offshore, government authorities around the world have responded with new legislation, regulations and enforcement actions...more

Conference of State Bank Supervisors names fintech advisory panel members

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

The Conference of State Bank Supervisors has released a list of 33 companies that will serve as members of its Fintech Industry Advisory Panel. According to the CSBS, the Advisory Panel’s purpose is “to support state...more

New NYS Regulations Seek To Reign In Title Insurance Marketing Practices

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

The New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) has announced new regulations aimed at reforming various title insurance industry practices, including practices involving title company and agency marketing...more

A Ticking Clock: New York’s Pending Non-Guaranteed Elements Rule for Life Insurance and Annuity Products

by Carlton Fields on

The clock is ticking on the New York Department of Financial Services’ issuance of new Regulation 210 "Life Insurance and Annuity Non-Guaranteed Elements" (the Rule). ...more

And Now, In Recent New York Cybersecurity Action…

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Department of Financial Services (“DFS”) have been busy on the cybersecurity front. In a press release on September 18, 2017, building upon the state’s pride in its...more

Cyber Winter is Here, and Coming to Regulation: New York Cybersecurity Rule Ice Dragon Heading for the Wall

The State of New York’s response to two large cybersecurity breaches may fuel the transformation of the state regulation of corporate cybersecurity in the U.S. Unlike typical state data breach statutes which focus on...more

New York Adopts Non-Guaranteed Elements Rule For Life Insurance And Annuity Products

by Carlton Fields on

On September 19, the New York Department of Financial Services promulgated the final version of new Regulation 210 “Life Insurance and Annuity Non-Guaranteed Elements” (the “Rule”).The Rule takes effect on March 19, 2018....more

Equifax Breach: Lessons Corporations Must Learn from Equifax’s Poor Planning and Response

Equifax’s stunning security breach and inadequate response has now claimed its most prominent victim – the CEO of Equifax, Richard Smith, announced his immediate resignation. In light of this rapid fall from grace, here...more

New York Issues Regulation Aimed at Curtailing Life Insurance Premium Hikes

by Locke Lord LLP on

Last week, the New York Department of Financial Services (“NYDFS”) promulgated a new regulation 11 NYCRR 48, aimed at limiting the amount by which life insurance premiums can be raised as to policies issued in the state. In...more

Cyber Winter is Here, and Coming to Regulation: The New York Rules and the Future of Cybersecurity Regulation

The State of New York’s response to two large cybersecurity breaches may fuel the transformation of the state regulation of corporate cybersecurity in the U.S. Unlike typical state data breach statutes which focus on...more

Financial Regulatory Observer - September 2017: Cybersecurity: Regulators show their teeth

by White & Case LLP on

New formal cybersecurity standards covering US financial institutions could have ramifications that reach far beyond New York. US regulators usually issue cybersecurity guidance instead of regulator standards and...more

New York DFS Cybersecurity Regulation Update: Lots Left To Do

by Locke Lord LLP on

Insurance companies and producers, banks, lenders and others licensed by the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) have already had to comply with several of the requirements of the new DFS Cybersecurity Regulation,...more

NYDFS Proposes Regulation of Consumer Reporting Agencies

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

Last week, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued a press release directing the New York Department of Financial Services (“NYDFS”) to impose new rules on consumer reporting agencies (“CRAs”). The proposed regulation would...more

New York Virtual Currency Business License: What To Know

by Cole Schotz on

New York entrepreneurs in the virtual currency space must be careful to follow New York’s licensing requirements enacted under Financial Services Law Sections 102, 104, 201, 206, 301, 302, 309, and 408. Under the new...more

The Equifax Breach: How to Protect Your Company and Your Customers

by McGuireWoods LLP on

On September 7, Equifax, one of the three major credit reporting firms in the U.S., disclosed a data breach that potentially affects 143 million consumers. Equifax’s disclosure indicated that the breach, which Equifax claims...more

New York DFS Tightens Cybersecurity Gaps

by Carlton Fields on

Equifax takes no deposits and makes no loans, but New York now says that it, as well as all other consumer reporting agencies, must protect consumer data to the same degree as banks and other financial institutions. On...more

Equifax: The Empire State Strikes Back

Yesterday, New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that he has directed the Department of Financial Services (DFS) to issue a new regulation requiring “credit reporting agencies to register with” the DFS, as well as...more

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