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Myth 4: cloud computing causes additional issues under privacy law because data is transmitted internationally

Global - April 29 2016 Fact is for most companies that they are already transmitting data internationally, because they use the Internet (for example, to email spreadsheets…


New California Data Security and Breach Notification Requirements for 2016

USA - January 18 2016 Businesses and government entities have been subject to data security breach notification requirements under California law for decades. In 2002…

Co-authors: Marc S. Elzweig, Bernard (Brian) L. Hengesbaugh, Harry Valetk, Michael A. Stoker, Stefan Sperling.


Cloud myths series - myth #4 - additional privacy law issues?

USA - December 14 2015 In part 4 of our Cloud Myths Series, we consider the issues under privacy laws when companies use cloud computing to share data internationally. You…


Cloud myths series - myth #3 - is cloud bad for data security?

USA - November 2 2015 The fact is that employee malice and negligence (e.g., lost laptop, smart phone, etc.) cause many data security breaches, and hacks by cybercriminals…


Cloud myths series - myth #2 - more cloud means more sharing?

USA - October 21 2015 Fact is that transferring data to data processing agents (who process data only on behalf, and in the interest, of the customer) is very different…

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