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Illinois AG Proposes Updates to Breach Law

Illinois’ Attorney General Lisa Madigan issued a report and a press release on March 2, 2105 addressing proposed updates to the Personal Information Protection Act, the Illinois breach notification statute.   401 more words

A bad day in court

If the Information Commissioner (IC) reasonably requires any information for the purpose of determining whether a data controller has complied or is complying with the data protection principles, … 714 more words

Data Protection

Helping the ICO with databreach alerts?

Last weekend I noticed some tweets from the ever-vigilant Dissent Doe. She said

I’ve spent 5 min on NHS’s web site and still can’t figure out how/where to report or question an IT security issue.

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Data Protection

Executives & Board: The conversation security leaders need to have about Amy Pascal’s departure

This is an excellent article that covers a very important topic you need to consider. You — as in Executives and Board Members of Companies all around the world. 117 more words

Data Breach

Happy Data Privacy Day!

What are you doing to observe it?

Today is Data Privacy Day! If you have been wondering “what is Data Privacy Day?” then this is your lucky day because not only is today Data Privacy Day, but here is the answer and an explanation for why it really matters to you and your company’s future success. 1,559 more words

Data Breach

Update/Clarification: Washington AG Seeks Data Breach Law That Ends Blanket Exemption for Encrypted Data

This update/clarification post explains how the proposed Washington state data breach notification law is really treating encrypted data and how it may actually be expanding the data breach safe harbor exceptions under that law. 680 more words

Computer Fraud And Abuse Act

California Updates and Tries to Strengthen Some Privacy Protections

California’s Updates on Breach and Security

Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation beefing up California’s breach notification law. The new law, effective January 1, 2015, requires companies that suffer a breach to offer free identity theft prevention and mitigation services to consumers for at least a year if their Social Security or driver’s license number was compromised. 270 more words