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The Perils of Responding to Cyber-Incidents Just Got More Complicated

It’s 8 a.m., and you just learned that a material cyber-incident occurred in your organization. You fire up your Incident Response Plan. You engage outside counsel, and outside counsel engages a forensic firm. Your company, your outside counsel, and your forensic firm all sign an agreement that the forensic firm will work at the direction … Continue Reading

What You Need to Know About Address Confidentiality Programs

The High-Stakes Compliance Risk You Probably Haven’t Heard Of This is the first installment in Bradley’s series on Address Confidentiality Programs. While many businesses have been focused on CCPA compliance, there is another set of state privacy laws that may be flying under your organization’s radar. These lesser known statutes are often referred to as … Continue Reading

Tracking Privacy: State Developments to Keep an Eye On

We are a little more than two weeks into the new year and we’ve already seen several states introduce comprehensive privacy legislation on the heels of California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). It is no easy task to stay on top of (potentially) 50 different privacy requirements, each with differing applicability standards, definitions, requirements, obligations, and … Continue Reading

The Top 5 Reasons Your CCPA Work Is Far from Over

So, you managed to get your California Consumer Privacy Act disclosures and privacy policy up on your website and you can finally take some much-needed rest, right? Think again. And no, it’s not because of the “CCPA-like” statutes coming to a state near you that you’re undoubtedly reading about (and yes, they are coming). It’s because … Continue Reading

New “Do Not Sell” Nevada Privacy Law Requirement Rolls Out Ahead of CCPA Deadline

States across the country are floating privacy-related legislation in many forms, and California continues to consider many potential amendments to the landmark California Consumer Privacy Act (Cal. Civ. Code 1798.100 et seq., “CCPA”), which goes into effect on January 1, 2020. On May 30, a law of significance to sellers of consumer personal information was … Continue Reading
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