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New York’s Newly-Enacted SHIELD Act May Prove To Be Sword To Unprepared Businesses

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New York’s Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act (the “SHIELD Act”) took effect on March 21, 2020.  The Act expands existing state breach notification requirements and imposes specific data security protections for covered businesses that own or license the private information of New York residents, regardless of whether those businesses are based in New York. The Act also broadens the definition of “private information” to include new types and combinations of data. More

Washington’s New State Facial Recognition Law May Signal a New Norm for Technology Providers

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On March 31, 2020, Washington Senate Bill No. 6280 (the “Act”) became law, codifying one of the most detailed facial recognition regulations in the country. The Act regulates state and local government agencies in Washington using or intending to develop, procure, or use a facial recognition service but also includes important considerations for companies designing this technology. More

Practices to Stay Cybersafe While Remote Working

Under extraordinary circumstances, businesses are quickly adapting to remote work on a large scale. In doing so, companies should promote best practices to protect sensitive data. Below are some techniques that your company can employ to help ensure that sensitive personal or company information stays safe: More

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