The Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) adopted rules in 2016 that restricted Internet Service Providers (“ISPs”), such as Verizon, AT&T, and Comcast, from sharing sensitive data, including browsing history and location data, without consumer consent. We discussed these groundbreaking rules in our previous blog post.
New York Federal Judge Expands Accessibility to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act by Striking Certain DOL Final Regulations
DFS Pursuing First Enforcement Action After Fortune 500 Company Ignores Warnings of Security Shortcomings
The new NYS DFS cybersecurity regulations will have international reach.
Even in today’s day and age, data security issues are sometimes (much too often, in fact) shuffled aside by C-suite executives who are stuck believing that network security is a concern for the IT department, not those who run the company on a day-to-day basis.
Join us May 16, 2017 at our Pathway to Compliance event to get insights into the challenges organizations face in complying with the demanding new requirements.
Last Thursday, Governor Martinez of New Mexico signed into law the 48th state-level data breach notification law, bringing the requirements for notifying individuals affected by data breaches to this state.