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Canadian Breach of Security Safeguards Regulations Published for Comment

On September 2, 2017, the Government of Canada published the proposed Breach of Security Safeguards Regulations (“Regulations”). The proposed Regulations provide additional clarity and substance to the mandatory requirements for breaches of security safeguards which were added to Canada’s… 932 more words

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Equifax Data Breach 101

Last week credit reporting agency Equifax announced a data breach in which hackers gained access to data for approximately 143 million Americans (or approximately 44 percent of the population).   997 more words

Cyber (Data) Security

Data breach notification: not just IT’s business | CSO

With data breach notification soon to become mandatory, many Australian businesses have ramped up their cybersecurity monitoring and defences. But data breach notification and awareness isn’t just the responsibility of IT—it’s a business issue and should be treated as such. 28 more words

Australia

Making decisions about cyber insurance | Lexology

Come February, Australia’s data breach notification laws will come into force so it is likely, if the US is any guide, that the cyber insurance market will begin to soar in Australia next year.  19 more words

Australia

Key Points of Delaware's New Data Breach Notification Law

Delaware recently amended its data breach notification law to include the following requirements:

  • Expanded definition of “personal information” to include biometric data, medical information, passport numbers, routing numbers for accounts, individual taxpayer identification numbers and usernames in addition to the traditional forms of PII such as birth date and social security numbers.
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Australia's Breach Notification Law: Video What to Watch

Australia’s mandatory data breach notification law, which goes into effect next February, brings a host of new requirements. ordon Hughes, an attorney and data protection expert, discusses what organizations need to be aware of ahead of its implementation. 9 more words

Australia

Anthem to Pay $115M to Settle Data Breach Claims

Anthem Inc., the nation’s largest U.S. health insurance company, has reached a settlement in its data breach class action suit, in which it would pay $115 million to pay for two years of credit monitoring or up to $50 cash. 126 more words

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