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New York Joins the Wave of States Requiring Businesses to Adopt Reasonable Cybersecurity Safeguards to Protect Private Information

USA - August 12 2019 New York has joined California, Massachusetts, and Colorado in adopting a law that requires businesses that collect private information on residents...

New York Joins the Wave of States Requiring Businesses to Adopt Reasonable Cybersecurity Safeguards to Protect Private Information

USA - August 5 2019 New York is the latest state to adopt a law that requires businesses that collect private information on its residents to implement reasonable...

Proposed Amendment to California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Reaffirms Employer Notice Requirement and Employee Private Right of Action for Failure to Implement Cybersecurity Safeguards to Take Effect January 1, 2020

USA - July 23 2019 The recently proposed amendment to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) should be a wake up call to those employers who are not already...

Matthew Savage Aibel, Patricia M. Wagner, Deanna L. Ballesteros.

Recent Indictment of Anthem Hackers Serves as a Reminder of the Importance of Rigorous Workforce Cybersecurity Training, Incident Response Plans and Formalized Security Programs

USA - June 3 2019 On May 9, 2019, the United States Department of Justice announced the indictment of two Chinese Nationals as members of a sophisticated hacking group...

Harden Your Organization’s Domain Name System (DNS) Security to Protect Against Damaging Data Loss and Insider Threat

USA - April 3 2019 The importance of the Domain Name System (DNS) to your organization’s cybersecurity cannot be understated. Communications between computers on the...