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Changing Data Breach Laws: Michigan

In 2018, former Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signed into law House Bill 6406 (Public Act 649 of 2018). This law exempts entities regulated by the insurance code from Michigan’s Identity Theft Protection Act. As of January 20, 2020, this law is in effect.

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Regulatory Trends to Watch in 2020: The Expanding Scope of Personal Information

In the first nine months of 2019, an average of 7.1% of data privacy or security incidents were breaches that required notification. These incidents had passed through a compliant, multi-factor risk assessment to determine the potential harm for affected individuals. Without this assessment, many companies could report a greater percentage of breaches that require notification.  […]

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How Top Execs Will Prioritize Privacy in 2020

Data is your company’s biggest asset. Many critical business decisions are based on insights from the data you hold. Biometrics, AI, the Internet of Things (IoT), and other technologies create even more opportunities to further use data to benefit your business. But the more data you have, the greater the privacy and security risks. In […]

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Changing Data Breach Laws: The New York SHIELD Act

Earlier this year, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law the Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act (SHIELD Act), amending New York State’s existing data breach notification law and creating new data security requirements for businesses collecting private information on New York Residents. 

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RADAR, LLC Transforms to RadarFirst

The first and only privacy vendor to offer patented, streamlined incident response management changes company name to reflect expansion and evolution to providing a scalable framework for managing global data breach notification obligations.

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On Our Radar: June 14, 2019

In my line of work, I’m afforded the opportunity to talk to privacy professionals on a daily basis. What always strikes me when I consider the daily life of a privacy pro is the challenges inherent in the work. Assessing, mitigating, and providing notification for data breaches is a large and often stressful part of […]

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