You don’t have to be a user of its ride-sharing services to know that in 2016, Uber was the victim of a massive data breach involving the theft of personal information belonging to about 57 million of its riders and drivers, including names, phone numbers, and driver’s license information.
New Suit by Delta Reminds Everyone About the Importance of Data Security Protection in the Context of Third-Party Service Provider Relationships
On May 24, 2018, the President signed the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (the “Act”) into law, adding new Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) required notices. The changes primarily impact consumer reporting agencies (“CRAs”) rather than employers, but one change adds a new required notice whenever a Summary of Consumer Rights is required by the FCRA’s Section 609.
This fall, I have the pleasure of teaching a course on Information Security Policy and Law at the Rochester Institute of Technology Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences. When I was asked to teach, I welcomed the opportunity, because the course is directed at graduate level cybersecurity students, who don’t often get exposure to the legal and regulatory side of the cybersecurity equation.
Just in time for the holiday weekend, the New York State Department of Financial Services released the updated 2019 Paid Family Leave (PFL) premium rates.
As discussed in our May 18, 2018 LEGALcurrents®, on April 12, 2018 Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the New York State Budget, which included new requirements to address workplace sexual harassment. Under the new rules, by October 9, 2018 all New York employers (regardless of size) are required to either adopt the State’s model anti-harassment policy and training or adopt a policy and implement a training program that meets New York standards.