Data breaches – to prepare or not to prepare? The answer i...

State Law

May 17 2011 by
Our guest blogger this week is Paul Luehr, Managing Director, General Counsel, Stroz Friedberg, LLC - a global digital risk management and investigations firm. All data breaches have two things in common: the need for prompt resolution and the need for a robust preparedness plan. Healthcare institutions especially should heed the call for an incident response plan because it provides the best preventive medicine to...

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Data security law in 2011: States remain the center of atte...

State Law

Feb 17 2011 by
Our guest blogger this week is Chris Wolf, practice director at Hogan Lovells and co-chair of the Future of Privacy Forum. Join us on Thursday, February 24th for a live webinar with panelists, Chris Wolf and Reed Freeman discussing  State Legislation Past & Present: The Effects on Data Breach Notification and Resolution. While the talk of 2011 may be the possibility of Congressional action on a privacy bill and/or...

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Helpful tips on data breach notification...

State Law

Jan 04 2011 by
When a data breach occurs it is important to understand the breach notification laws in your State and what you have to do to abide by them. After contacting your legal counsel, the next stop you can make is the National Conference of State Legislatures which maintains a list of enacted and proposed security breach notification laws. In general, most state laws follow the basic tenets of California's original law:...

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