Tag Archives: Security

Once Again…California Sets the Tone for U.S. Data Privacy

Just when you thought you’d heard enough of newly enacted data privacy and security laws (“GDPR” ring a bell?), there’s more news on that front. The California legislature recently passed The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). According to a report by the International Association of Privacy Professionals, CCPA will affect over 500,000 U.S. … Continue Reading

GDPR Enforcement Day is Here!

Today, May 25, 2018, is a historic day in the global data privacy and security world as it is the effective day of the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a regulation designed to protect the “personal data” of EU residents by mandating standards for processing, using, and storing that data. Many organizations … Continue Reading

Health Information Technology, Privacy and Security 2018 First Quarter Update

Is it April already? Where has the time gone? We have all heard about Facebook’s woes, but you have been so busy, you have probably missed a few of the other recent developments in health IT and data privacy and security. We have you covered with a roundup of some of the significant and interesting … Continue Reading

Things that go bump in the night – and who’s regulating them

Data security, and the threat of catastrophic breaches, is rising up the list of things that keep in-house counsel awake at night. But unlike other things that go bump in the night, this threat is really out there—and it can be frightening, particularly for companies that aren’t prepared. Fast Company reported that nearly half of … Continue Reading
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