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Are you ready for the next generation of cyberattack?

Of all the attention the recent Helsinki summit generated, one aspect has garnered virtually no coverage, but it has the ability to shake America and its companies to the core – the threat of data manipulation. Read this article to learn about the next generation of cyberattack, including: How hackers will manipulate, doctor and fake data to disrupt businesses and governments, if not...

California’s Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 – The HR Perspective

Businesses with consumers in California may soon find themselves subject to the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (the Act). The Act arrives on the heels of the expansive consumer protections offered by the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and echoes key GDPR concepts such as enhanced transparency and disclosure obligations regarding personal data.  However, as...

Navigating global regulations – GDPR is now in effect

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect last week after two years of anticipation and preparation. Even though the GDPR is now in effect, US-based companies are still working to make sense of whether the GDPR applies to them, and what their obligations are if it does: What questions should US companies be asking about GDPR compliance now that the regulation has come...

It’s a material world—why the SEC’s Yahoo! penalty really matters

Determining whether to notify when struck by a cyberattack can be a complex undertaking, but the SEC’s recent $35 million penalty levied on Yahoo! Inc. for untimely disclosure of its breach raises the stakes for corporations. The need for a proactive, well-thought out regulatory notification strategy, and an awareness of the dangers of default non-disclosure positions, has never been...

A paradise for data privacy advocates—Bermuda’s privacy law now in full effect

With enactment of the Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA), Bermuda can now count itself among the ever-expanding list of jurisdictions with enhanced privacy protections. PIPA, passed on July 27, 2016, and entered into force in December 2017, shares many of the more stringent requirements and protections with Europe’s impending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which...

Hospitals’ Response to Data Breaches May Be Impacting Patient Health

A study presented last week at the 4A Security and Compliance Conference in Philadelphia, found an increase in a common measure of mortality rates at hospitals following data breaches. However, there did not appear to be any correlation between the type of breach or the number of records affected by the breach, leading the researchers to conclude that it was the response to the breach,...

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