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On Our Radar: October 24, 2019

Another week has gone by, and with it another news cycle filled with examples of recent data breaches, hacking attacks, and regulatory enforcements. Does it feel like our work as privacy professionals is enjoying a little too much of the limelight these days?

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Built to Win: 5 Steps of a Proactive Incident Response Plan that Works

Privacy and security incidents involving sensitive personal data are as individual as fingerprints. An incident involving misplaced paper records is vastly different from a large-scale cyber-attack affecting millions of people. Yet the organization with the paper incident and the organization with the cyber-attack are both subject to a complex web of global data breach notification […]

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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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On Our Radar: October 11, 2019

It probably isn’t often that the world of privacy professionals is likened to a soap opera. However, if you really think about it, is the privacy world really all that far off from this genre of daytime television? The melodrama. The suspense. The evil twins!

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On Our Radar: October 4, 2019

Over the last couple On our Radar posts, my colleagues have covered two industries that hold some of our most personal and sensitive information; healthcare and financial services. Today I wanted to dig into another industry that experiences unique regulatory challenges when it comes to protecting personally identifiable information, both PHI and PII: the insurance […]

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