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New Jersey Considers Amendments to Its Data Breach Laws

Recently, we analyzed amendments to California’s data protection laws that will come into effect on January 1, 2015. On October 23, 2014, New Jersey’s Assembly Consumer Affairs Committee approved legislation intended to ensure consumers are immediately informed of any data breach that may involve their… Continue Reading →

President Obama Signs Executive Order Addressing Data Security

On October 17, President Barack Obama signed an Executive Order addressing the growing concerns over data security in the United States. One of the most notable aspects of the Order is its requirement that all federally-issued credit and debit cards include… Continue Reading →

“It’s Not a Question of If…It’s a Question of When…”

The Los Angeles Times recently reported on a theft of customer information from Silversage Advisors in Irvine, California, a money manager. In an article titled, “Small businesses at high risk for data breach,” the L.A. Times reported that thieves broke into a… Continue Reading →

District Court Analyzes Requirements to Establish Standing For Data Breach Cases

In finding plaintiffs lacked standing to bring an action for a data breach, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia held the “increased likelihood” of personal information being used was insufficient to establish a viable cause of action. In… Continue Reading →

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