47 State Attorneys General Ask Congress Not to Preempt State Data Breach Laws

In a letter to Congress, dated July 7, 2015, the majority of State Attorneys General made some noteworthy points that illustrate the differing perspectives on data breaches between states and the federal government. With Congressional passage of a federal law establishing a national data security and breach notification standard all but inevitable, 47 Attorneys General […]

New York Proposes Overhaul of Its Data Breach Statute and a New Data Security Standard in the Wake of Recent Cyber Attacks

The largest data security breaches ever reported have occurred in the last several years. The organizations whose data security systems were compromised in connection with these massive breaches include Anthem, Ebay, Target, Home Depot, JP Morgan Chase, Adobe and now the federal government’s Office of Personnel Management. Not only is the scope of these breaches […]